€1,800,000 For Sale
Tala Paphos
Detached Villa Resale
3 Bedrooms
350m² Covered
2500m² Plot

Detached Villa FOR SALE
in Paphos, Tala
REF. NO. 4684


A wonderful three bedroom villa for rent standing in 2,500sqm of land in a quiet location of lower Tala. This property is located just minutes drive from the traditional village square of Tala where you will find bars, restaurants and tavernas. Tala also offers a bank, shops and a pharmacy. Also located just minutes drive to Kissonerga village also. 

Entering the double entrance doors you will first notice the double sweeping stairway and floor feature. To the left is a spacious living area complete with large bay window. To the right of the entrance is a second seating area plus spacious kitchen and dining area. Also on this level is a supersized living, tv, play area complete with fireplace, two utility rooms, storage room plus a guest cloakroom.

The first floor consists of the master bedroom with ensuite shower room, two bedrooms with connecting room to the front that is ideal as an office or study area plus a full family bathroom with large Jacuzzi bath.

Externally is the private swimming pool, sunbathing terrace, barbeque area, covered verandas and an abundance of parking. The villa is 350sqm.

Air Conditioning
Airport: 30 min drive
Beach: 5 min Drive
En suite bathrooms
Fire place
Fully Furnished
Golf: 15 min Drive
Mountain views
Open Kitchen
Private parking (uncovered)
Private swimming pool
Sea views
Town: 15 min drive

Tala, Paphos

Tala is a large suburban village 6 km north of Paphos, Cyprus. Many non-Cypriots have moved here permanently or have a summer home in Tala. Agios Neophytos Monastery is 1 km north. The Agios Neophytos Monastery was founded by Neophytos. After being jailed for pursuing an ascetic life, he fled into the hills of Cyprus and found a small natural cave in 1159. He slowly excavated the opening further to encompass his hermitage cell, a small chapel, and his eventual tomb. Neophytos was staunchly against materialism and being bothered, which kept the population of monks much smaller than at other monasteries of the time.

After, his death, he was buried within the Engleistra according to his own detailed instructions. His successor, Isaias, is mentioned in the writings of Neophytos, but nothing is known about his time as abbot, nor is there any information about any other abbots during the 13th, 14th, or 15th centuries.

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