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Three Bedroom Mid Terrace Townhouse for Sale in Chloraka, with Title Deeds Located in Chloraka on a bus route but also within walking distance to schools, supermarkets, bakeries and local bars and tavernas, this three bedroom townhouse is available un-

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Three Bedroom Mid Terrace Townhouse for Sale in Chloraka, with Title Deeds



Located in Chloraka on a bus route but also within walking distance to schools, supermarkets, bakeries and local bars and tavernas, this three bedroom townhouse is available un-furnished. Whilst the property is currently empty, a previous tenant had generated a monthly income making this townhouse perfect as either a family home or as an ideal investment.



- 3 bedrooms with fitted wardrobes



- 2 of the bedrooms each have a balcony



- Open plan living area



- Kitchen with door to access rear garden



- Provision for gas bottle supply



- Ground floor w.c



- Family bathroom with over bath shower



- Extra storage cupboards in bathroom



- Double glazed



- Air conditioning in living area and 1 bedroom



- Provision for air conditioning in 2 bedrooms



- Unfurnished



- Allocated uncovered off road parking



- Covered area: 110m2



- Uncovered area: 6m2



- Balconies: 21m2



- 3 minutes to the nearest beach



- 10 minutes to Paphos Harbour with its wide selection of restaurants, bars and amenities



- 12 minutes to the nearest golf course



- 26 minutes to Paphos International Airport



- Suitable for Cyprus Permanent Residency



- Energy Efficiency TBC



Chloraka



Chloraka is located 3 km north of Paphos Town and borders the tourist area known as the Tomb of the Kings. It is also home to Akritas Chlorakas, a Cypriot Second Division football team. There are many hotels, restaurants and bars in this village which runs along the coast road from Paphos Town to Coral Bay. Chloraka's location was put on the map in March 1998 when the cargo ship Demetrios II ran aground in heavy seas, the vessel is easily visible and has now become quite a focal point.
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