Three Bedroom Townhouse for sale In Moni, Limassol - Title Deeds (New Build Process)
This beautiful townhouse is located in the village and valley of Moni, one of the most prestigious suburbs of Limassol, enjoys the best of all worlds: the stunning rural ambiance against a hilly backdrop captures both the mild sea breeze and enchanting Mediterranean sunsets. Peaceful and tranquil as it is, Moni is at the same time only a 5-minute drive from one of the most beautiful beaches of Limassol and the St. Raphael marina, and only a few kilometres from the centre of Limassol. Blending perfectly into its pastoral surroundings just outside the traditional village itself the complex of traditional stone-built homes creates an idyllic, self-contained oasis, complete with its own swimming pool and gym.
- 3 Bedrooms with fitted wardrobes
- Family bathroom
- Guest WC
- Open plan living, lounge area, dining area, kitchen
- Choice of finishing's
- Communal swimming pool
- Communal gym
- Parking space
- Covered veranda 21 m²
- Private garden 45 m²
- Covered area 130 m²
- Plot 165 m²
- 5 Minutes from the sandy beach of St.Rafael Marina
- 30 Minutes from Larnaca International Airport
-10 Minutes from Limassol city centre
- 40 Minutes from Nicosia city centre
- Suitable for Cyprus Permanent Residency – Fast Track
- Subject to VAT
- Energy Efficiency TBC
Limassol is Cyprus’ cosmopolitan capital, its most important business district and a vibrant modern playground. It is consistently ranked as one of the world’s leading cities for quality of life. Nowhere in Cyprus is there a richer mix of modern culture and fascinating heritage.
The city offers an active, vibrant and varied choice of restaurants, stylish cafes, bars and chic lounges. Limassol is a city on the southern coast of Cyprus. It’s known for the centuries-old Limassol Castle, home to the Cyprus Medieval Museum and its collection of pottery and tombstones. On the seafront is the Prokymea (Molos) Sculpture Park, with sculptures by Cypriot, Greek and international artists.
To the northeast is the Limassol Archaeological Museum, exhibiting artefacts from the Neolithic to the Roman periods. Contrast this with the new marina and vibrant nightlife the city as to offer something for everyone.