FOR SALE 2-bedroom Apartment 77 m2 in Pervolia, Larnaca ( 83.000 )

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ROI (estimated) 7.2%

FOR SALE 2-bedroom Apartment 77 m2 in Pervolia, Larnaca ( 83.000 )

Apartment for sale in Pervolia, Larnaca of Cyprus (Listing No 1782). Another property brought to you by Foytina Real Estate Agency. Located in the administrative area of Larnaca, region of Cyprus, this property is now available for sale. This Apartment is sized about 77sm. Constructed in year 2007, the building was finished on the highest standards of the Market which can be seen through the available photos accompanying the listing.

This property features 2 bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen and a bathroom. It also features 1 wc in total.

This property comes unfurnished with ceramic tiles flooring.

Other features that the property enjoy, include: .

The asking price is negotiable.

For avoiding inconvenience, please use the following reference number when contacting us referring to the above property: Listing No = 1782. You can also use that to search for the property at the website

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Pervolia - Wikipedia

In ancient years, Pervolia was a resting place for kings and wealthy people in the area. It was named after greek word 'pervoli' for its abundant gardens, fertile soil, and thousands of productive trees. It used to belong to the royal family of the House of Lusignan during the Frankish Period of Cyprus, which lasted from 1191 until 1489.