Stunning Villa sitting beside a quiet village road, with outstanding views over Chrysochou Bay, The Akamas Wildlife Conservation Area and The Troodos Mountains. Accommodation comprises – downstairs: large, well-equipped kitchen and utility area, open plan lounge and dining room, second sitting room used as a library and comfortable reading room area in the morning sun, and cool in the afternoon, also used as a fourth bedroom. Downstairs cloakroom with toilet, wash hand basin and shower, and an under stairs storage cupboard housing the gas boiler. 4 Bedroom House for sale : Upstairs are three further double bedrooms, the master with ensuite shower room, double basins and toilet. A further bathroom, with bath / screened shower over, toilet and wash basin, serves the other two bedrooms. At the front is a large, open canopied balcony which catches the evening sunset, and to the rear there is a further large, open veranda screened from the neighbours to provide a good place to enjoy the morning and afternoon sun. A range of built in storage cupboards spans the landing and all three bedroom have large, built in wardrobe space. Outside the property is surrounded by a large, carefully laid out garden, with raised vegetable beds, fruit trees and well stocked flower beds. At the rear is a rocky area planted with wild herbs. The swimming pool is 11m x 6m plus Roman steps and this is complimented by a six person hot tub. The house enjoys a large parking area to the front (off road) and is approached from the front by steps and a vehicle access at the side. A large open porch / outdoor sitting area gives access to the front door and is surrounded by a large, tiled patio with stunning views. The house has ceiling fans , gas central heating radiators in all main areas, and provision for air condition units. There is additionally a gas fire set into the wall in the lounge. Mains electricity / two x 500 litre gas storage tanks / water supplied by Drouseia Village. The little village of Drouseia (pronounced Droushia) has a population of approximately 500 and is set on the high ground of The Laona Plateau. It is 27 kms from Paphos and 10 kms from Polis. This is a very typical, friendly Cypriot village with many stone houses bearing traditional architecture and carved doors and windows of wood. The narrow, winding streets add to the character of the village along with the renovated houses. Coffee shops and two small supermarkets / kiosks cater to the needs of the village. The nearest Anglican Church is based ten minutes away in Prodromi and holds regular Sunday and weekday services mainly for the ex-pat population of the area and visitors to this unspoilt region of Cyprus. There are many local walks to be enjoyed and the village is within easy reach by car of Polis and Latchi where there are good beaches and many tavernas serving excellent food and wine as well as the turtle rearing beach of Lara Bay. From Drouseia can be seen The Troodos Mountains to the East, ChrysochouBay and The Akamas Peninsula in the West. Due to its altitude, the village is refreshed by a cool breeze, especially welcome during the hot Cyprus Summer months. The name Drouseia means “cool and fresh” in Greek.