This is a modern 4 bedroom villa located in the popular village of Konia on the outskirts of Paphos close to amenities, the coast and access to the Paphos to Limassol highway.
This luxury property offers high spec finishes with a spacious open plan living area, a guest bedroom which could be utilised as an office and a shower room. The kitchen comes with an island and an extremely useful pantry and there is also a separate storage room on this level.
A good sized veranda spans the length of the rear of the property which is ideal for alfresco dining and entertaining whilst overlooking an optional shimmering 8 x 3m2 swimming pool and relaxation area.
Moving to the next floor there are three generous sized bedrooms, all with Italian designed fitted wardrobes and access to a veranda finished with glass panels to assist in maximising the wonderful views. The spacious master suite comes with a luxury en-suite bathroom and a walk in closet offering ample storage space. Buyers are given an option to choose underfloor heating and air-conditioning.
Covered parking for two cars complete this wonderful property which is conveniently located with easy access to Konia village, Paphos centre, the coast, Paphos airport and to the highway taking you to Paphos and Limassol.
Delivery date: 16 months
Konia village is located 3km East of Paphos on the South West coast of Cyprus and is conveniently close to both Paphos International Airport and Elea Golf and Country Club. Situated on a hill 190 metres above sea level, Konia enjoys panoramic views over the Paphos coastline. The village has a number of amenities including a mini market, pharmacy, bakery, a couple of traditional tavernas, a coffee shop and is only a short drive from the private English speaking International school and the General hospital.
Amenities – 2.5km
Airport – 15 km
Sea – 6km
Schools – 500m
Paphos is a thriving coastal city in the Southwest of Cyprus and an extremely popular tourist destination. It is included on the Unesco World Heritage List for its ancient architecture and mosaics and was the European Capital of Culture in 2017. Investment into the old town and surrounding areas has meant that it is now very much a cosmopolitan area with an eclectic mix of beautiful traditionally restored buildings and tavernas alongside an abundance of bars and restaurants with a more modern vibe.
There are many cultural sights to visit during the day as well as trips to places like the beautiful Akamas National Park and the pine clad forests, nature trails and traditional villages of the Troodos mountains. There are various wineries scattered across the region offering a great day out including traditional meze to accompany your wine tasting experience. There are several beautiful Blue Flag sandy beaches as well as plenty of water sports and activities like quad biking and buggies on offer.