2 bedroom penthouse for sale
Northern Cyprus - Famagusta, Bogaz
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- Excellent Value
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Large Roof Terrace
- White Goods Included
- Fitted Wardrobes
- Communal Pools
- On Site Restaurant & Bar
- Walking Distance to Sandy Beach
- Village Location
- Close to Local Amenities
Re-Sale Price £45,000
Two Double Sized Bedrooms
Open Plan Kitchen / Lounge
Fully Air Conditioned
White Goods Included
100m² Roof Terrace
Close To Amenities
On Site Restaurant/Bar
Within Walking Distance to Sandy Beach
This well appointed two bedroom penthouse apartment is located in a sought after development in Bogaz, Iskele. This complex offers 8 communal pools a gym and a restaurant and bar that is open all year around. With a gross area of 102m² and a private roof terrace covering 100m² it is ideal for either a permanent home, holiday home or as an investment as a rental property. This apartment with has two double bedrooms with an en-suite off the master bedroom. It comes with white goods, air conditioning and furniture ready to move in. Hilltop is just a short walk the charming fishing harbour and the sandy beaches at Bogaz, a 20 minute drive to the historical town of Famagusta and only 30 minutes from the new Karpaz gate marina on the Karpaz peninsular. This apartment is well located with both Larnaca and Ercan airports within easy reach.
Property Reference Number DHB1064
Open plan lounge and kitchen area 38m²
Open plan fully fitted kitchen/dining area and lounge. The fully fitted kitchen has a lovely breakfast bar all white goods included in the price which are as follows; dishwasher, washing machine, fridge/freezer, oven, hob, hood extractor, and an air conditioning unit. The good sized lounge has sliding patio doors to the spacious sun terrace with stairs leading up to the roof terrace.
Main bedroom 14.20m² En-suite 2.55m²
Double sized bedroom with en-suite shower room. Air conditioning unit, fitted wardrobes and sliding doors to Juliet balcony.
Fitted with wash basin, WC and shower
Bedroom two 13.47m²
Double bedroom with fitted wardrobes air conditioning unit and sliding doors to Juliet balcony.
Furnished with a full sized bath with shower over, WC, and wash hand basin.
Spacious balcony with sea views is ideal for alfresco dining and soaking up the sun, stairs lead up to the roof terrace
Roof terrace 100m²
A wonderful area with panoramic views of the area and the sea in the distance, with a bar area, secure storage room and electricity connection.
The Village of Bogaz
Bogaz is a truly beautiful coastal village located on the southern end of the Karpaz Peninsula, otherwise known as the “panhandle” of North Cyprus. The village enjoys a south facing aspect over Famagusta Bay and the clear blue Mediterranean Sea. Local fishermen ply their trade as they have for centuries past from the fishing harbour that is the focus point for this delightful village. Bogaz has a unique atmosphere that has bewitched countless tourists and many are now happily living here alongside the friendly locals having decided that this is the place to be. It is no surprise to find the harbour ringed by many restaurants and taverns from which to choose and where the catch of the day is a popular choice with excellent fresh, reasonably priced food and drinks. Many people simply fall in love with Bogaz whilst looking for their new home in North Cyprus. The village is blessed with many natural attractions but has managed to preserve its uniqueness and doesn’t suffocate its visitors with mass tourism. Local Cypriots mingle in harmony with Europeans and other nationalities, enjoying a cool drink, observing the activity around the working harbour and enjoying life as it should be.
The Village of Iskele
The village of Iskele, or to give it it’s correct name, Yeni Iskele, (New Iskele), is where the Turkish Cypriots from the district of Iskele in Larnaca were relocated in 1975. It is also the birthplace of the Greek EOKA leader Georgios Grivas. To the west there is the Icon Museum which houses a small collection of 12th to 15th century wall paintings. The people of Iskele are a mixture of local Cypriots, British born Cypriots and expatriates. The village holds an annual festival where dancers from all over the world perform. There is a delightful park which has children’s swings, an outdoor gymnasium, and a five a side football pitch covered in Astroturf. There are lovely walkways and benches to relax on an amphitheatre and a small café. It is a good sized village with all amenities you should need close to hand it is within a 35 minute drive to Ercan airport and only 20 minutes from Famagusta. Close by is Iskele beach a long stretch of sandy beach within a 5 minute drive. Bogaz Harbour is less than ten minutes away and then you have the whole of the Karpaz peninsula to explore, pretty much at your doorstep. There are a number of good restaurants within the boundaries of the village as well as in Bogaz.
The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus is one of the few remaining “undiscovered” places of the Mediterranean. It has a diverse abundance of outstanding and unspoilt natural beauty from the crystal clear waters and golden sandy beaches to the heights of the pine clad mountains and Crusader Castles. With exemptions on income tax, import duties, corporation tax and very low council tax North Cyprus is a property investors’ haven. The past three to four years has seen an increase in foreign investment where we have seen investors from Russia, Israel, Turkey and the UK buying into property, land and large scale developments. With prices around half of that in the south of the island the potential for growth is considerable and real.
Although there is an increase in the amount of development going on it is being strictly regulated by the government which is wary of degrading the coastlines and natural beauty of the country with ill-conceived construction projects. Developers are being forced to take the natural surroundings into consideration in order to maintain the integrity of the natural setting. Despite the recent price hikes in the North Cyprus property market, it still offers investors great opportunities to buy real estate at very competitive prices. One such area is the Karpaz region. The Karpaz Peninsular is at the northern most tip of Cyprus, pointing out towards Syria and Turkey.
The region has strict regulations on development and is a protected wildlife sanctuary where rare turtles lay their eggs on the golden sandy beaches, in excess of 300 species of birds pass through every year as they fly along one of the main migratory routes. Wild flowers are in abundance and the landscape is distinct from the rest of the island. It offers a haven of tranquillity for those who wish to explore the ancient monuments, walk or cycle on the mountain tracks or just relax on the beautiful beaches.
There are some new and exciting developments in this region and despite a global recession in property work continues on the planned developments mentioned below.
Bafra – New Resort hotels
Investments made jointly from the private sector and the government in the Bafra region are designed to boost tourism in the area. Plans for no less than 16 five star hotels, a shopping centre and enlarged desalination facilities will make this into the ‘Las Vegas’ of the Eastern Mediterranean’. The hotels will be designed along various themes with such names as The Hanging Gardens of Babylon, The Coliseum, The Kaya Artimis, and Noah’s Ark etc. The 750 bed Kaya Artemis is already completed as is the Noah’s Ark Hotel, both are impressive and it certainly makes a statement about the future of tourism in this part of Northern Cyprus. New roads are being built to reduce the travel time from both Kyrenia and Famagusta to this region. This touristic development is just a 10 minute drive from the villa Bogaz.
As if that were not enough the new Karpaz Gate Marina is now open and operational. Located just north of the village of Yeni Erenkoy and just 30 minutes away from Bogaz. It is large enough for 350 plus vessels, including Super Yachts of over 65 meters. Restrictions on sailing along the territorial waters of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus have now been lifted which means yachts will sail to this new and almost only available berthing spot in the Eastern Mediterranean. This will further add value to properties and investments in the area and act as a money magnet with the super rich bringing their yachts and wanting to explore the region.
An island steeped in history
With a history dating back over 10,000 years the island of Cyprus is rich in history and culture. You will find remains that date back as far as 7,000BC as well as remains of crusader castles, ancient churches and Roman theatres and settlements.
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- Ercan (Domestic), 45 miles
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