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Ref 2140730 | Kissonerga, Paphos | 2 Bed House/villa

Currency services provided by PureFX 440,000 EUR  |  Approx.£378,884 GBP  |  Approx. US$470,888 USD
  • Type: Vila
  • Location: Kissonerga
  • Province: Paphos
  • Country: Cyprus
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Build Size: 530m2
  • Plot Size: 100m2

For Sale 2 Bedrooms » 2 Bathrooms » 530 m² Plot Area» 100 m² Covered Area» Build/Delivery: 2000

BEAUTIFUL VILLA LOCATED IN Kissonerga which is one of the largest communities in population which exist in Paphos. In comparison to other villages, Kissonerga follows a population increase. During the 20th century, the economic bloom of Kissonerga contributed to the increase of population. In particular the increase of population has to do with the tourist development of the community which has opened new work positions, but also with the transport network which allows easy access to the town of Paphos as well neighbouring village. In addition, the population increased due to the fact that Cypriots, foreigners and some refugees from the Turkish invasion of 1974, chose Kissonerga as their permanent location of living. Kissonerga is a community with a history of thousands of years and is located in the exact same positon. The first residents arrived at the village during the Chalcolithic era, as it can be concluded from the archaeological remains in the areas of Mylouthkia and Mosfylia. It is believed that the inhabitation has been continuous, and its existence is witnessed by sources from previous generations of the 16 century, in particular official documents from Venice. Its existence during the Byzantine years is also confirmed by the Byzantine coins which were found in Mosfylia and at the southwest seaside area. From the Frank period until the ruling of the British, the community suffered from the exploitation and the pressure of the rulers as dis the other agriculture communities of the island.

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