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This unique four bedroom traditional house was built in an ageless Cypriot style with exposed stone walls and wood beam ceilings covering an area of 250sqm of living space.The ground floor comprises of a large open plan reception area, lounge and dining room that share a feature fireplace. French doors open onto a substantial veranda across the front of the house. There is a double bedroom with separate shower room. A fitted kitchen leads through to a study which adjoins the utility room. An annexed single en suite bedroom has a separate entrance off the covered back patio.On the first floor, off the upper lounge area, there are two double en suite bedrooms each with fitted wardrobes. The bedrooms open onto a generous shared balcony with attractive archways and views of the wooded hillside and village. A small upstairs kitchen adjoins the sizeable landing which opens onto two mezzanine terraces, a fabulous place to sit and relax with a glass of wine.There are air-conditioning units throughout, shuttered windows, parking shaded by a grapevine trellis and a traditional Cypriot BBQ wood oven.A 120m water well supplies house needs and the computer-controlled irrigation. The olive grove comprises more than 20 mature olive trees and alongside the house is a leafy lawned garden surrounded by fruit trees and a wooded hillside. A goat barn serves as an ample storage facility, this could also be converted into living accommodation.Building regulations permit the development of 90% of the 2,624m plot affording the possibility of subdivision.Pet lovers will appreciate the 80m enclosed dog run complete with reservoir that has the possibility to be converted into a swimming pool.The village acts as a dormitory to Larnaca and is ideally situated for easy access to both seaside beaches and the Troodos Mountains. Larnaca International Airport is a fifteen minute drive away. Avoid the urban clamour but get to city centres quicklyNicosia is half an hour away, Limassol forty minutes and Larnaca a mere twenty. The village has a mini-market and two excellent taverna restaurants close by.The property is currently run part-time as an award-winning BandB, demonstrating its potential for income generation.Nestled in the Cyprus hills, Ayia Anna has all the charm of a traditional Greek stone village retaining much of its original flavour and quaintness of local character. Itenjoys the tranquility of the countryside, where goats still graze untethered.
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