Apartment in Paralimni, Famagusta of Cyprus (Listing No 1956). Another property brought to you by Foytina Real Estate Agency. Located in the administrative area of Famagusta, region of Cyprus, this property is now available for sale. This Apartment is sized about 60sm with its land size being around 800sm. 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 and a bathroom. It also features 1 wc in total.
View-wise, the property enjoys village, sunrise view. This property comes fully furnished with marble flooring.
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The asking price is negotiable.
For avoiding inconvenience, please use the following reference number when contacting us referring to the above property: Listing No = 1956. You can also use that to search for the property at the website foytina.com
Our Real Estate agency 'Foytina' operates a branch office in the Municipality of Paralimni. The real estate office serves the communities covering the entire territory of the Famagusta district, the most popular tourist municipality of Cyprus being famous for its' coastline length of more than 33 km. Our Paralmni office has a rich and competitive portfolio of all types of real properties, while offering other real estate services related to the self-catered tourist dwellings. By offering those extra property services, such as property insurance and property management services, Foytina's office in Paralimni will definitely accommodate all your property needs and will become the 'one stop' office for your property in the Famagusta district. Feel free to pop into our Paralimni office for a meeting with our colleagues for any queries in regards to your real property.
The countryside surrounding Paralimni has rich red soil and is famous for growing Cyprus potatoes, as well as its picturesque windmills, which are used to draw water from underground aquifers to irrigate the surrounding land. Many of these windmills are now derelict, having been replaced by electric or diesel-powered pumps.