FOR SALE Building Plot 987 m2 in Moniatis, Limassol ( 80.000 )

Building Plot 987 m2 in Moniatis, Limassol ( 80.000 +VAT* )

Building Plot for sale in Moniatis, Limassol of Cyprus (Listing No 1621). Another property brought to you by Foytina Real Estate Agency. Located in the administrative area of Limassol, region of Cyprus, this property is now available for sale. This Building Plot is sized about sm with its land size being around 987 square meters.

View-wise, the property enjoys unobstructed, mountain, village, field view.

Distance wise, the property is located 35 km from the sea, 2.5 km from the town center, 2.5 km from the bank, 65 km from the airport, 50 km from golf course, 2.5 km from bus station, 35 km from the harbor, 2 km from the market, 2.5 km from school, 2.5 km from church.

For avoiding inconvenience, please use the following reference number when contacting us referring to the above property: Listing No = 1621. You can also use that to search for the property at the website

* VAT rate varies from 0% to 19% depending on the purpose of the deal and the Law provisions

Foytina Real Estate Agency operates an office in Pissouri, being the firms headquarters. Covering an extensive area between the eastern areas of the City of Paphos and the western parts of the city of Limassol whilst spanning from the seafront towards Troodos area, it lists a wide range of properties throughout that region and beyond. Coastal properties, golf houses, hotels, cottages, apartments, farmhouses and land of all sizes and values. A contact with us will convince you of our swift and knowledgeable services combined to the deep knowledge we have on the sector.

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Moniatis - Wikipedia

Moniatis ( Greek: Μονιάτης, Turkish: ) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 5 km southeast of Pano Platres. The villagers claim that it was named after its numerous "mantres" (sheepfold).