A THREE BEDROOM QUALITY VILLA FOR SALE IN THE PRIME AREA OF LONGBEACH ISKELE NORTH
Kitchen 2.55 mtrs x 3.30 mtrs 8.36 ft x 10.8 mtrs
A well equipped modern and bright room with 2 side windows and a door to the rear
garden. A granite breakfast bar splits this room from the lounge area. Cream coloured
Lounge/diner 9.10 mtrs x 4.21 mtrs 29.85ft x 12.81ft
Large well proportioned living area with high quality ceramic tiling. Patio doors
to rear garden. Air conditioning unit.
Cloakroom 2mtrs x 1.04 mtr 6.56 ft x 3.4ft
Master Bedroom 4.32mtrs x 3.60 mtr 14.17 ft x 11.81 mtr
Good sized main bedroom with air conditioning and ceiling fan. Ceramic flooring.
2nd bedroom 2.57 mtrs x 3.83 mtrs 8.43 ft x 12.56 mtr
Light and airy room,. Air conditioner. Ceramic flooring.
3rd bedroom 3 mtrs x 3.67 mtrs 9.84 ft x 12.04 mtr
Another double room. Air conditioner and ceramic flooring.
Family Bathroom 2.44 mtrs x 2.45 mtrs 8.00 ft x 8.03 ft
Nicely tile and consisting of a bath, w.c and hand basin.
Maintenance for the swimming pool and general green area is just £40 per month.
Local Amenities and Attractions Travelling Times
Nearest Large Supermarket - 5 minute drive Chemist & Clinic - 10 minute drive İskele
– 10 minutes Long Beach Area – 5 minutes’ walk Salamis Ruins And St Barnabas Abbey
– 10 minutes Famagusta City – 20 minutes Karpaz Gate Marina – 50 minutes Karpaz Peninsular
– 1 hour drive Ercan Airport – 40 minutes Larnaca Airport – 1 hr 10 min
Potential Rental Returns
Short term weekly holiday lets £600 per week
Long term £450 a month
Longbeach is an area along the sweep of Famagusta Bay that has been developed into
a leisure area by the local council along the shoreline which includes beach development
and a public gym amongst its attractions. Investors have been quick to spot the potential
here and some excellent new developments have been welcomed. Many see this area as
a hot spot in terms of property investments. This villa benefits from this.
Salamis Area The ancient city of Salamis became the capital of Cyprus as far back
as 1100 BC. The city shared the destiny of the rest of the island during the successive
occupations by the various dominant powers of the Near East, viz. the Assyrians,
Egyptians, Persians, and Romans. The ancient site covers an area of one square mile
extending along the sea shore. There is still a large area awaiting excavation and
this is forested with mimosa, pine and eucalyptus trees. The amphitheatre at Salamis
orignally held over 15,000 people. Modern concerts are still held there today. Next
to the ruins of Salamis, Silver Beach is an ideal spot to combine a bit of culture
and some serious sun-worshipping.
Famagusta is one of the finest examples of mediaeval architecture in the eastern
Mediterranean. The oldest traces of settlements lie in an area near the modern town
of Famagusta, then named "Enkomi", going back to 13th Century B.C., the Bronze Age.
At the start of the Iron Age the town was built near the sea and was known by the
name "Salamis". The name "Ammochostos" is first recorded during the Byzantine period.
In 1571 Famagusta was conquered by the Ottoman's. The city has preserved important
historical sites from the ancient times, and has a modern side with one of the largest
universities in Northern Cyprus. Famagusta is one of the rare cities where you can
find typical examples of medieval architecture of Europe. This region also has the
island's most beautiful coastline.
Live the dream in this good sized family detached home, located just across the road
from a seriously sandy beach. With 3 good sized bedrooms and lovely open plan living
area downstairs, this villa would make for an excellent permanent home if you are
planning the big move to the sun, holiday home, or indeed a great buy to let. The
closest town of Iskele can be driven to in less than 5 minutes, and the City of Famagusta
is only a short 15 minute drive, so ideally located for evenings out in the many
delightful restaurants North Cyprus has to offer. The complex has a tennis court
and a communal swimming pool.