€119,900 SOLD
Pegia Paphos
Town House Resale
2 Bedrooms
91m² Covered
- Plot

SOLD - €119,900
REF. NO. 18772


This stunning two bedroom corner townhouse is situated in a lovely and very well looked after development with beautiful mature landscaped gardens, a large communal pool and plenty of relaxation areas within close proximity to the Peyia Square , the bus route and the sandy beaches of Coral Bay. Entering this home you will find the separate fully equipped kitchen, the guest cloakroom, a storage room and the cozy living/dining area with sliding doors leading to the veranda. The outside space is very beautiful surrounded by landscaped gardens and a very comfortable sitting area. From there a short pathway leads you to the paved communal pool with plenty of sun loungers and mature gardens. Taking the beautiful marble staircase to the 1st floor you will find the two double bedroom with one of them having access to a balcony with magnificent pool, garden and sea views. You will also find the spacious family bathroom which has been recently renovated.

Peyia offers traditional and modern aspects of Cyprus living. Convenient to Paphos & Coral Bay. Peyia has a number of restaurants and bars to entertain the family if you do not wish to go into central Paphos or Kato Paphos, which offer the full array of entertainment and restaurants to suit all. Good supermarket & shops in Peyia cover all your requirements. Easy 30 min drive from the Airport. Watersports, Water Park, zoo, beaches, historical sights all within access. 

Air Conditioning
Airport: 30 min drive
Beach: 15 min Drive
Ceiling fans
Communal swimming pool
En suite bathrooms
Fly screens
Fully Furnished
Golf: 15 min Drive
Guest toilet
Open Kitchen
Private parking (uncovered)
Sea views
Shutters
Storage room
Title deeds Available
Town: 5 min drive

Pegia, Paphos

Located on the western side of Paphos town, Peyia is a completely self-sufficient municipality boasting all necessary amenities. It covers a total area of 45520000 Square Meters and gained its independence from Paphos Town in 1994 making it a separate municipality. Historically, Akamantida as it was previously known has been used and occupied since the Copper Age (4000 B.C) when sailors landed here and made a colony which later expanded, creating the fishing port in Agios Georgios.

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