Two Bedroom Apartment For Sale in Anafotida with Title Deeds
This exclusive 2nd floor two bedroom apartment is located in a development situated on the outskirts of Anafotida village.
The development comprises of 8 spacious apartments, split across 3 levels. The main attraction of this apartment is the roof top swimming pool where each owner has shared access to the roof top. Where you can enjoy the breath taking views of the surrounding area. Set on the second floor it offers spacious open plan living.
- Luxurious development on the outskirts of Anafotida Village
- 2 spacious bedrooms with fitted wardrobes
- Open plan living dining area
- Fitted kitchen
- Air conditioning
- Fly screens
- Double glazing
- Fully furnished
- Roof top Communal swimming pool
- Pool 10 m X 5 m also shower and WC
- Outdoor seating area
- Roof garden
- Pressurised water system
- Allocated covered parking space
- Covered area 78 m²
- Balconies 11 m²
- Walking distance to local amenities
- 10 minutes to sea and beach
- 15 minutes to Larnaca International Airport
- 50 minutes to golf course
- Energy Efficiency TBC
Anafotida is a village located in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, west of Larnaca. In 1994, the official name of the village became Anafotida , following a decision by the then-government of Cyprus to make the names of villages on the island more Greek. However, locally the village is still referred to as Anafotia. Mainly a agricultural area, with tomatoes being a dominant crop. The village center is small, but there are a number of cafes, a branch of the Co-operative Bank and four churches. The original church is dedicated to St Photeine. A new church was begun in the 1930s dedicated to St Dimitrianos. In his 1936 book Historic Cyprus the British colonial officer Rupert Gunnisthought the new church was so badly constructed it 'may well fall down', a prediction that came true twenty years later.
In his book Strolling around Cyprus: Larnaca, City and District, Giorgos Karouzis wrote: 'While strolling along Anafotia, one mainly gets to see cultivated expanses of land. In particular, the village produces citrus fruit, watermelons, melons, tomatoes and cucumbers. A special place among the cultivations is held by the olive groves and the vineyards. In fact, according to the elderly residents of the village, as Karouzis preserves, the community used to be covered with even more vineyards which occupied large expanses of land. However, apart from cultivated pieces of land, there are also the uncultivated ones which take up 1000 square meters of land.
During the Greek Cypriot uprising against British rule from 1955 to 1959, which aimed to secure union of Cyprus with the Kingdom of Greece through the process of Enosis, EOKA fighter Michalakis Parides, who was born in Anaphotia, died in a shoot out with British troops in 1958, in the village of Vavla, near Lefkara. A statue of him stands in the center of Larnaca, outside the Archaeological Museum.