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Villa/House in Lofou
2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms | 120m2 Build | 360m2 Plot
Reference: NT46
SLV present you this truly unmissable offer...

A traditionally designed stone village detached house built in 2010. This property offers all the Mediterranean features expected from a traditional Cypriot property, yet is a new high quality build.

The upstairs of the property compromises two double bedrooms and a bathroom with a WC and shower.

Downstairs you will find a large kitchen with a traditional style fireplace. The kitchen also has extra room to turn it into an open plan lounge and dining area. In a separate room is the spacious lounge area with another traditional fireplace- perfect for those cosy nights in.

Outside the large private courtyard has space for building a swimming pool if desired, and has parking space. The courtyard also has a store room and another wc with shower. You can drive your car inside the yard to park in addition to having the option to park outside of the property on it's own private road.

This property comes semi-furnished, with air conditioning units, uncovered parking spaces and TITLE DEEDS.

The property is located in the popular Lofou village in Limassol- it is around a 15 minute drive from Limassol city centre. The village is built on a hill between mountains and gets its name based on this fact. The name Lofou was inspired by the Greek word 'lofos' which means 'hill'. Lofou is filled with gorgeous cobblestone streets and restored traditional stone houses. Also in Lofou you can find the neoclassical school, the magnificent church, the traditional olive and flour mill in the rural museum, the taps and cisterns and numerous other small beautiful details that characterise the village. On every last Sunday of September many people will travel to Lofou to attend the 'Palouze Festival' which commemorates the hero of Lofou 'Ioannis Stavrianos'. The village also attracts visitors throughout the year during other special events including the 25th March feast of the Virgin Mary. Lastly, the two traditional taverns of the village and the newly built hotel along with other constructions that exemplify traditional architecture may offer moments of traditional Cypriot hospitality to every visitor.