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Situated in Dherynia on a new project of 12 apartments this property is perfect for permanent residence, a holiday home, or a rental property.
This location presents one of the best choices for those wishing to live in a residential area while still being in close proximity to facilities offered in the major resorts.
There are two phases on this project offering a choice of one, two or three bedroom apartments which include features such as large verandas, large roof gardens, en-suite bathrooms, and provisions for fire places in some of the apartments. Each apartment has also its own private parking space.
Communal Swimming Pool
Communal Childrens Pool
Communal Roof Garden
Provision for Air Conditioning
Venered kitchen units
Venered fitted wardrobes
Dherynia a small, friendly village of timeless age with a rustic centre and many of the original buildings are still in traditional old Cypriot style.
Situated on the outskirts of the town of Paralimni, away from the main tourist area but still only a ten minute drive from the sandy beaches of Protaras and Ayia Napa while the motorway leading to all the other cities is literally around the corner.
Dherynia is fast becoming the hot spot of the east coast and although it is a traditional Cypriot village it has all modern amenities - banks, restaurants, schools, supermarkets, a few classy boutiques and other small shops.
The tavern-style restaurants located in Dherynia do on occasional nights offer live Greek music and a cheaper meze without compromising their quality.
The village is also right next to the city of Famagusta and this makes it a great investment. The return of this beautiful city to its rightful owners is in the foreseeable future and since Dherynia is within a stones throw of Famagusta, the value of properties in the area is expected to substantially increase more than any other location.
Folk Art Museum - This museum is in fact a traditional Cypriot house filled with household items and farming tools from bygone days. The main bedroom is also complete with a traditional wedding bed and lace curtain canopy.
AFTER SALES CARE
Once you’ve bought your property many estate agencies would leave everything else up to you. There could be long periods of time when you are unsure of what’s happening and then once you’ve moved in you have to find your own way around an unfamiliar place. However at PURPLE, buying your property is only the beginning of your relationship with us. We aim to stay in constant contact with you at each stage; you will receive a level of personal service that is second to none. Most of our team are expats who have bought properties in cyprus and can therefore use their personal experiences to efficiently assist you with your purchase. From your first contact with Purple you’ll be assigned to a specific sales consultant. One whom we feel is appropriate for your needs. Many members of PURPLE speak excellent English and Greek, so language will never be an issue. Your Sales Consultant will always be on hand to help with any problems, answering your questions, and providing you with anything you may request, for example:
•Opening a Cypriot bank account or setting up a Cypriot Mortgage
•Liaising with property developers, throughout the construction period if the purchase is off plan
•Getting quotes for any additional works that you’ve asked for from trusted suppliers
•Guidance with property rental opportunities
Once your property is ready you consultant will be on hand to:
•Assist in organising insurance, utilities, furniture and schools if you need them
•Arrange your hotel and car hire for moving in day
•Be there for any problems that may arise
PURPLE will be there from start to finish
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