€69,000 For Sale
Argaka Paphos
Town House Resale
2 Bedrooms
92m² Covered
- Plot

FOR SALE - €69,000
REF. NO. R29306


2 bedroom townhouse is consists of an open-plan living-dining room and a kitchen and a guest toilet on the ground floor and two bedrooms both en-suite on the first floor. The maisonette has ceramic flooring, double glazed aluminum windows, and has provision for air-conditioning.  Argaka is a village in the Paphos District of Cyprus, located 7 km north-east of Polis Chrysochous. 

Airport: 30 min drive
Beach: 15 min Drive
Communal swimming pool
En suite bathrooms
Golf: 15 min Drive
Open Kitchen
Plus VAT
Private parking (uncovered)
Provision for Air-Condition
Town: 5 min drive
Unfurnished
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Argaka, Paphos

Argaka is a ten minute drive from the popular and traditional town of Polis. Although a quiet location,it has the benefit of a selection of restaurants and bars, some on the beach. There are two small supermarkets as well as a bakery. Most of the properties available in Argaka have stunning views. With regards to Argaka's history, little is known prior to the 19th century, since the community is not shown or mentioned in any earlier maps or chronicles. It is most likely that the village was a new settlement at this time due to an influx of residents congregating around the local monastery of Agia Varvara (St Barbara) from neighbouring areas.

Although there are of course a number of new constructions being raised in the vicinity, Argaka’s rural and relatively remote location by and large attracts only those homebuyers who wish to live away from the crowds in a traditional part of the Cypriot countryside, thus helping to preserve the locality’s traditional feel.

Argaka is a ten minute drive from the popular and traditional town of Polis. Although a quiet location,it has the benefit of a selection of restaurants and bars, some on the beach. There are two small supermarkets as well as a bakery. Most of the properties available in Argaka have stunning views. With regards to Argaka's history, little is known prior to the 19th century, since the community is not shown or mentioned in any earlier maps or chronicles. It is most likely that the village was a new settlement at this time due to an influx of residents congregating around the local monastery of Agia Varvara (St Barbara) from neighbouring areas.

Although there are of course a number of new constructions being raised in the vicinity, Argaka’s rural and relatively remote location by and large attracts only those homebuyers who wish to live away from the crowds in a traditional part of the Cypriot countryside, thus helping to preserve the locality’s traditional feel.

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