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Ref 2106944 | Troodos, Limassol | 3 Bedroom House/villa

Currency services provided by International Currency Exchange (IFX) 500,000 EUR  |  Approx.£430,550 GBP  |  Approx. US$535,100 USD
  • Type: House/Villa
  • Location: Troodos
  • Province: Limassol
  • Country: Cyprus
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Build Size: 290m2
  • Plot Size: 600m2

Amazing 3 bedroom house is located in beautiful village Kyperounta.


Covered area 170 sq.m. and 120 sq.m. of basement with a sauna, jacuzzi and wine
cellar.


The house is surrounded by mountains and forests. Has nice garden with pergola, parking, garage, large verandas.


There is also central heating.



The price is € 500,000


Located in the Troodos mountain range, in the Pitsilia region of the Lemesos district, the village of Kyperounta sits at an altitude of approximately 1300 metres.


It is 45 km from Lemesos, and can be reached by following the B8 route (from the roundabout of Polemidia), then the E801, followed by the E809, and finally the F946.


The leafy village is the third highest on the island and maintains its traditional character. Its distinctive features of uphill roads, grapevines, small yards with high barnyards, and houses with tiled, zinc roofs and picturesque lofts add to its natural charm.


The village was established in Byzantine times and takes its name from the weed ‘kypros’ or ‘kyperi’, which grows abundantly in the area.


Amongst its attractions are the village church dedicated to Agia Marina - which dates back to the 18th century - and its three museums of Natural History, Folk Art and the National Liberation Struggle.


Other interesting places to visit are the Winery of Kyperounta and the Adventure Park, whilst there are also two lovely nature trails to stroll through; ‘Doksa soi o Theos’, and ‘Teisia tis Madaris’.

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