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The drive through the village of Episkopi is quite intriguing with the famous rock that is visited by many every year. Not to be confused with Episkopi adjancent to Akrotiri in the Limassol district, this Episkopi lies about 11kms northeast of Paphos, and the first thing you can’t fail to notice as you enter the village from the Konia road is a gigantic cliff towering high above you. Near the base of the cliff an old stone drinking fountain still remains.Travel a few metres further and you will come across the church of Agios Ilarionas, who is the patron saint of the village. But take a look up the craggy cliff and you will see the 20th century church of St Ilarionas. The village still retains a traditional feel, with many old, one-storey houses lining the steep, narrow roads.The community of Episkopi is part of the Kiláthes Project, for the sustainable development and management of the river valleys of eastern Paphos (1999-2002).We drive up towards this magnificent home where the remote controlled gates are opened to allow us into the private dwelling.The entrance door at the Stone Porch opens and we walk into a spacious open plan lounge, dining and kitchen area with fireplace. The views from this point are breathtaking. Walking across the room to the set of glass sliding doors open to the covered patio, pool and garden. The outdoors are areas much enjoyed in Cyprus and with the infinity pool and outside bar or gazebo you cannot but enjoy the Mediteranean outdoor lifestyle. To the right are two double bedrooms with ensuites. To the left is the private master bedroom with walk through wardrobe and en suite bathroom. A private one bedroom guests house with fireplace is close to the house and ideal for guests, family or house keeper.The double garage has access to the main house for convenience.Located in bestween two golf courses and in a secluded location this is then ideal home for those seeking a tranquil retreat.The property includes furniture, fittings and fixtures and has Title Deeds.
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