2 bedroom semi-detached villa for sale
Cyprus - Paphos, Aphrodite Hills
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- 2 and 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Heated Swimming Pool and Hydrazzo Pool
- Private Landscaped Gardens
- Uninterrupted Sea Views
- Italian-Style Kitchen
- Lavish Crema Royal Marble Bathroom
- Concealed Dual Air Conditioning / Heating
- Home Automation Electrics
These stylish and contemporary semi-detached junior villas stand in private gardens and have uninterrupted, quite breathtaking sea views. Designed for luxurious Mediterranean living and elegant entertaining, they offer light and airy open-plan living areas and oversized covered terraces. Each property offers up to 187 square metres of interior space. Attention to detail is evident everywhere with the highest quality Italian-style kitchen units, lavish Crema Royal Marble bathrooms and marble or parquet flooring throughout. An effortless lifestyle is assured with under floor heating, concealed dual air conditioning/heating, home automation electrics and a discreet security system. Each junior villa has its own private heated swimming pool and Hydrazzo pool set in landscaped gardens - the perfect place to relax and admire the view from sunrise to sunset.
The imposing entrance leads directly into the light and spacious open-plan living area and the eye is immediately taken to the four sets of glass doors opening out to the covered terrace, gardens, private pool and that unrivalled view. A large open-plan kitchen, fully equipped with luxury appliances, leads off the dining area, creating the perfect setting for entertaining in style. The ground floor also has a conveniently located cloakroom.
Stepping up to the first floor, the junior villas offer two or three spacious bedrooms. The elegant master bedroom suite has its own sea view terrace and the added luxury of a very large bathroom with twin wash basins. The second bedroom also has its own terrace and there is a second bathroom and shower room as well.
Aphrodite Hills is set in 234 hectares of spectacular scenery, where ancient olive and carob trees line verdant fairways and landscaped gardens, and fragrant herbs perfume the air. At the heart of the resort is the charming social hub, the Village Square with its traditional Cypriot architecture and chapel. Here, owners and visitors can relax in the friendly taverna and enjoy a wonderful choice of restaurants offering cuisine from around the globe, including French, Italian and Oriental. There are boutiques to browse, a supermarket and a Gallery Muilti Shop offering brand outlets covering a wide selection of luxury items, along with useful services including a bank, car rental and a medical center. When not relaxing at home at Alexander Heights, owners can enjoy all the on-site sports and leisure facilities. In addition to world-class golf, tennis and spa, there is mountain biking along unspoilt countryside trails, children's and teens' fun activity programmes and for a change of pace, two private beach clubs, each a short shuttle ride away. The Zias Beach Club, some 10 minute's drive away, has a sea view terrace restaurant, while The Cove is the resort's own chic, white retreat on the shores of the Mediterranean.
Whether for pure investment, Mediterranean family living, a peaceful retirement, luxury holidays or any combination of these, few countries have the enviable 5-star lifestyle of Cyprus. The tourism and leisure infrastructure is well established and is set to develop even further with 11 golf courses, 4 marinas offering a total of 3,000 berths, theme parks and an international conference centre all currently under development. The island offers so much; from the Mediterranean pleasures of beaches, water sports and 340 days of sunshine a year to historic cities, picturesque villages and breathtaking scenery. A rich cultural heritage encompasses traditional Greek celebrations and musical festivals attracting international performers. Close to Aphrodite Hills is the charming harbour town of Paphos with its lively coffee shops, tavernas, shops and markets. Like so much of Cyprus, Paphos is rich in history and culture, and its fascinating archaeological sites have earned the town a place on UNESCO's World Cultural Heritage List. Climb to the roof of the castle, dating from 1391, and take in the delightful view over the harbour with its colourful fishing boats and bustling seafront. The famous Roman mosaics of Paphos, which once decorated lavish villas, depict scenes from ancient mythology and offer a taste of the opulent lifestyle enjoyed in Paphos' earlier days. Further afield there is much to explore and discover from prehistoric settlements, such as Choirokitia - dating back to the 7th century BC, to the buildings and monuments left by the Greeks, Romans, Crusaders and Venetians. Charming whitewashed villages and fishing ports are the perfect place to relax over drinks at a local bar or savour an alfresco meal of delectable local cuisine and fine wines from Cyprus' vineyards. Additionally, there is the contrast of the Troodos Mountains, rising to almost 2,000 metres with a landscape of cool pine forests, hospitable stone villages, jewel-like Byzantine churches and exhilarating mountain walks. Moreover, Cyprus is easily accessible with frequent, direct flights from low cost airlines, from all major European cities to its modern international airports; Paphos International Airport is only a 10-minute drive from Aphrodite Hills; and Larnaca Airport is a little over an hour away. An excellent road network makes it easy to reach any part of the island. Isn't it time you discovered why... there's only one place to live in Cyprus!
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- Pafos (International), 8.2 miles
- Larnaka (International), 58.7 miles
- Ercan (Domestic), 59 miles
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