Villa/House in Chlorakas PAPHOS, CYPRUS
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2Bedrooms 2Bathrooms 0m²Build
0m²Plot NoPool 150.000€Price
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Sunshine Luxury Villas present this gorgeous 2 bedroom townhouse in the heart of Chloraka’s - Paphos, just advertised now for sale.

The townhouse comes fully furnished with the most gorgeous, modern furniture. Spent 5,000 euros on upgrading the place. The bedrooms are beautifully decorated with new beds at 3,000 euros and new wardrobes 1,000 euros. New floors have been put in for 2,000 euros. The lounge area has been re-decorated with new table and chairs, the kitchen has been fitted with a 500 euro new oven and other appliances.

The garden area has just had the file backs repaired k with decking and aluminium fence and garden furniture.

Ready to move into property- great investment property due to only being 10 minutes from Gorgeous CORAL BAY and only 20 minutes to Paphos international airport.

Full title deeds available. Superb price, do not wait to view as this will sell very quickly.

Chlorakas is built to the west of Paphos and is located at an altitude of 50 metres from the sea. It is located at a valley with a view towards the horizon of the sea which is lost in the Mediterranean Sea. On the other side where there are mountains, houses were built from east to west, where the neighbouring villages of Emba , Lemba and Kissonerga are.

Chlorakas offers traditional and modern aspects of Cyprus living. Convenient to Paphos & Coral Bay. Chlorakas 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 Chlorakas cover all your requirements. Easy 1/2 hour drive from the Airport. Watersports, Water Park, beaches, historical sights all within access and recommended.

As the community became more populated, many residents did not want to ruin the prosperous land towards the sea, so they built houses further up where the vegetation was always soft , which in Greek is chloro . Therefore the name of the village was then changed into Chloraka.

It is obvious that the history of Chloraka began from the Stone Age, however it was something small and not important for any historian to pay attention to. In written work we can find an incident written by the priest Machera Grigrio in 1945, about an incident which occurred at the open sea of Chloraka. In 1810 a passenger ship full of rich passengers was passing by in order to go to the Holly Land. A storm occurred, the ship sank and all the passengers died. The area where they sank is now known as Dimma and is officially written on all maps. Today the ship Agios Dimitrios is stuck in the rocks of that area and can be seen by ship or plane.
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