This is a fantastic opportunity to buy a stone built bungalow on a large piece of land with unobstructed views and the potential to build other properties. The plot has been sub divided into 8 plots within a fenced perimeter.
The existing bungalow has 2 double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes, ceiling fans and window shutters, a family sized bathroom, an entrance room and an open plan living area with stone fireplace. There are two sets of patio doors leading to a relaxing terrace which encompasses the beautiful tranquil views of the sweeping countryside to the sea.
The property is insulated and has a lowered ceiling. Externally there is covered parking along with plenty of parking space and the use of storage containers.
Located in the Paphos region, about 23 km northeast of the town of Pafos, the village of Pano Arodes is stunningly-positioned on the Laona plateau, 590 metres above sea level – at the edge of the Akamas Nature Reserve leading down to the breathtaking Avakas Gorge and the coast. Immersed in a landscape of vineyards and orchards, the village is tranquil and green, and popular for walks where visitors can discover the various flora and fauna of the area, as well as its little lanes of traditional stone houses.
There is a village square which has a stone built cafe located behind the church of Agios Kalandionas. It is a stone-built inviting space, with a unique picturesque courtyard and several trees.
Nearby Kathikas village is 23 kms north of Paphos and is one of the winemaking villages of the Pafos region. It has several famous tavernas and bars serving village wines and home made foods, coffee shops, a gin bar and some small shops. It is beautiful, quaint and welcoming.
Retaining its traditional charm, the village has residences that are over a century old, it has a village square, church and museum. The small donkey sanctuary of the village further complements the authentic character of the village.
The village is known locally for its grand Easter traditions, which visitors are welcome to watch during the period of Greek Orthodox Easter.