€235,000 For Sale
Pissouri Limassol
Detached Villa Resale
3 Bedrooms
133m² Covered
- Plot

FOR SALE - €235,000
REF. NO. 19237


This house has its own drive and has a front gate leading to a  private front garden with a shaded and secluded outside sitting and dining area. The front door leads to the triple aspect living and dining room with a feature fireplace for those cooler winter nights. There is an inner hall which leads to a beautiful custom made fully equipped kitchen with designer granite tops and a smart and useful breakfast bar.  A huge walk in storage cupboard or larder completes this impressive space. On this floor there is a recently renovated shower room with modern fittings and smart lighting.  A window at the end of the hallway looking onto the totally secluded rear garden where one can relax and enjoy the peace and quiet.

There are stairs leading to a landing off which there is a sparkling bathroom and 3 double bedrooms, all with wardrobes and ceiling fans. The main bedroom has a balcony with stunning views to the sea and the surrounding area. There is air-conditioning throughout.

Ultra modern lighting and eco friendly lighting is fitted throughout. High speed internet is also available here for those needing to work from home.

Title Deeds Available
Build Year -
Swimming Pool Communal
Parking Private (covered)
Air Conditioning
Airport: 30 min drive
Beach: 10 min drive
Communal swimming pool
En suite bathrooms
Fire place
Golf: 15 min Drive
Guest toilet
Open Kitchen
Panoramic Views
Private Parking (covered)
Sea views
Storage room
Title deeds Available
Town: 15 min drive

Pissouri, Limassol

Pissouri is the third largest village in the Limassol district of Cyprus. The main Pissouri village is located about 3 kilometres from the sea on the Cape Aspro ridge, and about 500 feet above sea level. The whole area is really a sight for sore eyes with the steep cliffs dropping down to the turquoise blue shoreline, with the waves rippling in under the bronze sunset.

There are several stories on where the village’s name originated from, including the story that the name of  pissa was given by the Byzantines and Franks, this was based on the resin that comes from pitch pine, and was produced in the area. It was originally known as ‘Piseeri’ and is also referred to as ‘Pisuri’ on old maps.

At the picturesque village square, you can have a strole or a lovely bite to eat at one of the many tavernas. Furthermore, the square is the main place where all the venues and events take place varying from festivals to traditional Cypriot nights.

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