PRE-1974 TURKISH TITLE DEEDS ON THIS SPACIOUS TRADITIONAL BUNGALOW IN CATALKOY NORTHERN
Full pre74 Turkish Title Deeds
Stunning sea views
A\C throughout in bedrooms
Traditional Cypriot bungalow
Beautiful sea views
Space for pool
This is a traditional Cypriot bungalow that has pre74 Turkish title deeds. It looks
over the spectacular Coastline of Catalkoy and has unspoilt views. This bungalow
is in need of some modernizing but the foundations are all there for this bungalow
to become spectacular. It is set back from the roads and is situated in a quiet and
sleepy part of the village. There are 2 double bedrooms and 1 single bedroom. This
bungalow is very spacious and has space for a pool. It is home to a whole variety
of Mediterranean trees and plants.
Lounge 4.6 x 8m
This is a very spacious lounge and has a huge open fireplace. It has a beautiful
vaulted beamed ceiling. Doors lead out to sea facing terrace.
Kitchen 3.3 x 3.9m
This comfortably large kitchen comes fitted with all white goods. It has lovely wooden
cupboard doors and drawers and has a breakfast bar. Doors lead out to terrace and
windows face the beautiful mountains.
Dining Room 3 x 5.2m
Good sized dining area with plenty of space and light coming in from the terrace
door and kitchen window. Breakfast bar divides the space between the kitchen and
Bedroom One 3.3 x 3.6m
This double bedroom is bright and has widows that look out to the mountain and garden
area. It is fitted with Air conditioning.
Bedroom Two 4.2 x 3.4m
Double aspect with windows to side and rear, this is being used as a single bedroom
but can easily fit a double bed. It has fitted wardrobes and has been fitted with
Bedroom Three 3.2 x 4.2m
This spacious double bedroom has double aspect windows. The window behind the bed
looks out on to the sea and to the side of the bedroom there are doors that lead
out to the patio.
Bathroom 2.3 x 2m
Window to back, comes with a bath/shower overhead. WC and Basin.
Olive trees and other Mediterranean plants and trees surround this property. It has
its own private well and has more than enough space for a pool either to the back
of the bungalow or to the side. The bungalow also has its own private double garage.
To the front of the terrace you have a large patio area where the whole of your day
can be spent just gazing at the beautiful Cypriot coastline.
Сatalkoy is located 10 minutes outside of Kyrenia town centre, close to the villages
of Bellapais and Ozankoy and is known for its affluent residents. The village has
a quaint, old-world feel and epitomises the 'Mediterranean village' with its town
square and whitewashed buildings.
It's a popular place for tourists and locals alike, as it brings the qualities of
a holiday resort into a village atmosphere, Catalkoy is close enough to Kyrenia town
centre so that you'll never be far from the action, and yet not too close that you'll
never have a peaceful moment.
The location is such that there are stunning views of both the Kyrenia mountain range
and also the cobalt Mediterranean Sea. The region is dotted with several beaches
and many restaurants, offering everything from local fare to international cuisine.
Prominent Catalkoy restaurants include The Grove Inn, which offers a range of European
dishes, and Ani Restaurant, which specialise in kebabs and fresh fish.
Catalkoy also plays host to some of the best hotels on the island, the Acapulco beach
and resort, The Dedeman Olive Tree and, perhaps most notably the five-star Malpas
hotel. The Malpas offers a superb restaurant, an ambient jazz bar and a fitness centre
and spa among its many facilities, and is well worth a visit for both tourists and
locals. There are many small shops and supermarkets in Catalkoy, meaning you'll never
run short of any supplies and most are open until 10 pm. You can also find plenty
of other shops which sell furniture, DVDs, cosmetics and clothes.
Alagadi or Turtle beach is a short drive away. It is a public beach and the longest
stretch of beach on the Northern Cyprus coastline. In July and September the beach
is a big attraction as visitors come to watch the female loggerhead and green turtles
come to lay their eggs and see their hatchlings make their desperate run for the