3 - Bed Houses for Sale in Larnaca International Airport, Cyprus - £297,629

Larnaca International Airport, Larnaca, Cyprus

Property ID: 25241779

Summary Data

Price £297,629
Price Type
Bedrooms 3 - Bed
Bathrooms 3 - Bath
Plot Size
Building Size
Sector Residential
Type Houses
Subtype Villa

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Property Description

Three Bedroom Detached Villa For Sale in Dromolaxia, Larnaca - Title Deeds (New Build Process)

These villas are an outstanding collection of luxury homes in Larnaca's newest community. They are in an area of low building density. This is the location for 20, three/four bedroomed homes that come with an option of three modern custom designs. This modern style complex is situated 3 km from Larnaca and offers easy access to the highway network with Limassol and Nicosia. These villas are set on elevated ground offering unobstructed views of the coastline and surrounding countryside

- 3 Bedrooms with fitted wardrobes

- Open plan living - dining area

- Kitchen area

- 3 Bathrooms

- Unfurnished

- Pressurized water system

- Energy efficient homes

- Private double parking space

- Optional private swimming pool

- Roof terrace

- Plot size - 205 m²

- Internal area - 148 m²

- Uncovered veranda - 33 m²

- Covered veranda - 16 m²

- Garden 139 m²

- Walking distance to local amenities

- 5 Minutes to the beach

- 5 Minutes to Larnaca International Airport

- Suitable for Cyprus Permanent Residency - Fast Track

- Subject to VAT

- Energy Efficiency A


Dromolaxia is a village of the Larnaca district and, together with the neighbouring village of Meneou; they have formed the Municipality of Larnaca since October 2011. The Municipality of Dromolaxia is about 8 km from Larnaca. Dromolaxia was formerly called "Vromolaxia", this name is due to the fact that some "vromi" meaning oats, once cultivated in the area. However, the name Vromolaxia was considered offensive to the inhabitants and so the village was renamed Dromolaxia. While taking a walk in Dromolaxia, you will see the church of Agios Ioannis Prodromos, which is built in the centre of the village. A small chapel, an 11th century building, which was destroyed by an earthquake but was rebuilt some 300 to 400 years ago.

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