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This is an exceptional 2 bedroom village house that has been much loved and had over Eur 30,000 worth of renovations that have been carried out in line with the character of the house and village. From the outside it appears that the windows are of a wooden frame, however they are actually wooden grain u.v.p.c. windows. The house has full central heating and because of the lovely thick walls, it makes the house nice and warm and toasty in the winter, keeping it warm for hours and lovely and cool in the summer months, hence no need for air conditioning units, even though there is one installed in the master bedroom.
There is also remote control lighting in the garden, with yellow lights which creates a lovely ambience in the evening.
This house is economical to run…. being around Eur 1,000 per year!
(IPT is very low, Water Eur 17-18 for 3 months etc.).
There is a full water irrigation system for the garden. There are solar panels for the hot water. Full Gas Central Heating (approx. Eur 200 for the 500 ltr. tank).
There is a double length carport, a workshop with power & lighting which could be turned into another bedroom, or a hobby workshop (mosaics, pottery, painting, art & crafts) or just for storage.
In the garden there is a lemon tree, a large passion fruit plant, and also a Jacaranda tree and a very productive sweet almond tree.
Apart from being your permanent home
It Could Also Be An Investment Opportunity……
As most of the furniture is to remain, including the kitchen appliances, crockery, cutlery, bed linen etc. you could buy this property and rent it out immediately without having to pay out for anything. This house would attract approximately Eur 475 per calendar month.
A Holiday Let…..
In the height of the season, this could attract a rental of approx. Eur 700 per week.
The house is on Wine Route 4, it is also near the Monilithos Winery which gives free wine tours and wine tasting. There is a Donkey Festival in May (free donkey rides for the children), a Shepherd’s Festival in October (Wine & Cheese). Local Crafts on a Tuesday. There are also the tourist villages of Omodos & Troodos nearby with lots of Tavernas, Monastery and old cobbled streets and the market. There is a local Taverna nearby in the village, and Diana’s Pool Bar is a great place to meet, also try Ariadne’s in Vasa. There is the Yiaskouris Winery in Pano Pachna with the ever popular red, white & rose wine which is not only very reasonable, but is all too drinkable. It is only 10 minutes to the nearest beach – Avdimou Beach.
There are 2 supermarkets in the village, along with a Bank, 1 Hairdressers, 1 Barbers, and 2 Butchers shops, 5 Coffee Shops, and Linos Taverna.
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