Pristine Country villa is set on the outskirts of the protected hillside village of Anoyira with its stone houses, cobbled streets, famous winery, and the Byzantine Monastery: A village with irresistible ‘old world’ charm.
The country garden home has been designed for comfort in all seasons: you will love the beautiful outdoors, covered verandahs, and the warm and cosy indoor space.
The entry hall allows you to take in the well-designed space on offer in this beautiful home. To your left is a study, your right is a WC, on through an archway and you are in the spacious living area with access out to the expansive covered terrace. An arch to your right leads through to a light and bright kitchen/diner.
Cyprus property market is showing promising results. According to the latest from the RICS Cyprus Property Prices Index, the average prices are steadily rising showing a promising trend for the end of the year.
The economic growth in 2016 has been stronger than expected with a 2.5% growth in the GDP. Cyprus also showed a great achievement in improved employment, showing a major increase in employment among the youth, and is projected to be 12% (was 17%).
The Dutch carrier Transavia airline has just announced that they will be expanding regular direct flight from Larnaca to Munich as from 17 April 2017. The flight is scheduled to run on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Importantly, the fights tickets will cost, inclusive of taxes and booking fees, is just €60!
The Transvaal is already operating from Cyprus with regular flight to Amsterdam from Larnaca and Paphos airports. The flight to Amsterdam is only €59.
Transavia attractive prices are a fabulous incentive from the tourism perspective which is gradually but emphatically expanding across Europe.
As a real estate agent, we at Fitzgeralds come up against some major stumbling blocks when people want to sell their property but are still waiting for the Title Deeds. Increasingly though, the developers are also pro-active in facilitating the issue of title deeds for their clients.
The Money Trail was to receive €2 coins for the fundraising initiative to raise money for the Archangel Michael Hospice at the harbour area of Paphos, on the 25th September.
The challenge involved people laying down a trail of €2 coins for a far as we could go. There were a few “spot prizes” along the red ribbon for lucky winners to get, all prizes were donated by local businesses, anything from an ice-cream to a meal for two.