Beautiful, traditional 4 bedroom village bungalow with fresh, modern interior in the popular village of Sotira – SOT106.
This beautiful four bedroom house is truly unique! A traditional Cypriot bungalow, which has been cleverly refurbished to a very high standard and transformed into a bright, modern and stylish home!
As you walk through the door you are immediately struck by how bright, airy and cheerful this house feels.
The layout is incredible practical and the house is neither too big nor too small.
There is a large colourful kitchen, integrated units and a large island in the centre which is also used as a dining area. Just perfect for entertaining and everyday family life!
The living area is spacious with a built in fireplace. There is a small cosy dining/sun room off the living area which can be used for many purposes.
The rest of the house consists of three large bedrooms, two bathrooms and an office.
Situated on a very large plot, there is loads of outside space to be enjoyed!! This property once had a private swimming pool, which has been filled in but all the plumbing still exists, should a new owner want a pool.
Other features of this house include electric radiators, insulated ceilings, a garage, garden well and built in BBQ.
Sotira is famous for it’s plant called ‘Kolokasi’ (know in English as Jerusalem artichokes or taro). Since 2009 they hold an annual festival dedicated to the plant, usually in October. The coastal area of Ayia Thekla is only 5km away and Larnaca International Airport, just 50km down the highway. The village offers all amenities including shops, banks, schools and tavernas and the main town of the area, Paralimni, is only 3km away.
During recent years there has been a small industrial development which is expected to expand after the conversion of Sotira into a municipality.
- Title deed
- Large Plot
- Modern and Stylish
- Plot Size 600m2
- Covered Area 204m2
- Garden well
- Built 1989
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.