€190,000 For Sale
Polis Paphos
Town House Resale
2 Bedrooms
91m² Covered
- Plot

Town House FOR SALE
in Paphos, Polis
REF. NO. 33525

This townhouse offers an exceptional location on the edge of the Akamas Peninsula National Park, providing easy access to the stunning Mediterranean Sea. Nestled in a superb location, this spacious townhouse boasts an open-plan dining and living area, with a kitchen thoughtfully separated by a convenient breakfast bar. For added convenience, there is a guest WC on the lower floor. At the front of the townhouse, you'll find an uncovered veranda area with a small private garden, offering a pleasant outdoor space. On the upper floor, two bedrooms await, both featuring fitted wardrobes for ample storage. Each bedroom also comes with its own en-suite facilities, providing privacy and comfort. Additionally, covered parking is available, ensuring the safety and protection of your vehicles. This townhouse is perfectly situated for those who want to enjoy the natural beauty of the Akamas Peninsula National Park and the nearby Mediterranean coastline, all while residing in a spacious and well-appointed home.

Air Conditioning
Airport: 30 min drive
Beach: 15 min Drive
Communal swimming pool
Golf: 15 min Drive
Guest toilet
Open Kitchen
Private parking (uncovered)
Title deeds Available
Town: 5 min drive
Polis, Paphos

Polis, Paphos

Polis is a small town at the north-west end of the island of Cyprus, at the center of Chrysochous Bay, and on the edge of the Akamas peninsula nature reserve. It is a quiet tourist resort, the inhabitants' income being supplemented by agriculture and fishing. Polis is served by the fishing port of Latchi. Polis is close to the beautiful Akamas peninsula, a nature reserve. 

The Baths of Aphrodite and the recently discovered ruins of the medieval Georgian Orthodox monastery of Gialia are located near the town.

Nowadays, Polis is the administrative center of the area which includes 23 communities. The larger communities include the villages of Prodromi, Latchi, and Neo Chorio to the West, and Argaka and Gialia to the East.

Facilities include a campsite on the beach, several small hotels, at least one of each type of shop, one branch of each major Cypriot bank, and many bars and restaurants mainly clustered around the town square and the pedestrianized streets to the south. A small bus station acts as the hub of a network of infrequent bus routes connecting the outer villages as well as the near hourly 645 route to Paphos.

Facilities further afield include boat hire and boat trips from Latchi harbour, nature trails and walks from Baths of Aphrodite, and surfing and windboarding at Argaka. An almost unbroken chain of beaches runs from Aphrodite in the west to Gialia in the east and range from busy tourist ones equipped with sunbeds and cafes to more remotes ones only accessible by boat or 4WD vehicle.The towns small bowling alley and pool hall closed during 2020

The Municipality puts on cultural events including traditional dances and music outside the town hall during the summer months and arranges other fetes and festivals throughout the year.

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