A WELL RESTORED AND RENOVATED BUNGALOW IN THE NORTH CYPRUS KARPAZ VILLAGE OF YENIERENKOY
Two large bedrooms both en-suite
Kitchen & dining room
Garage & large storage/utility room
Total covered area 130m²
Large terraces and pretty gardens
Marina 5 min away
Selection of sandy beaches close by
This wonderful bungalow is full of surprises, on the outside a very pretty traditional
bungalow but inside a stylish living space with all mod cons but still retaining
many original features, a surprisingly spacious interior. The bungalow has two very
large double en-suite bedrooms, a lounge, dining room, kitchen, garage and large
storage/ utility room, there are terraces at the front and back all set in a very
pretty gardens. Located on the edge Yeni Erenkoy village but just a five minute walk
from the village center. The property is just minutes away from the new Karpaz Gate
Marina, or step back in time and visit the many ancient sites in the area. Being
located in the Karpaz area means that you are within easy reach of some of the most
stunning beaches and spectacular scenery in the whole of the Mediterranean, but not
totally isolated. Just a 40 minute drive back along the coast road will bring you
to Bogaz with its Quaint fishing harbour and fish restaurants and the large village
of Iskele with all the amenities you may need. The historic city of Famagusta is
a further 20 minutes away and with both Larnaca and Ercan airports within easy reach.
This charming property has been completely renovated by the current owners with a
great deal of though and care given to the project, many of the original features
have been retained and the bungalow transformed into a comfortable home.
From the covered front terrace the original front door with decorative iron work
opens into the living area.
Kitchen – 4.0m x 4.0m (13ft x 13ft)
With a door that open onto the terrace and two windows that look to the front of
the bungalow. Fitted with a run of kitchen units with granite work surfaces and a
tiled splash backs. A door leads into the dining room.
Dining room – 4.0m x 3.5m (13ft x 11.6ft)
The ornate front door opens into this room, there is a window that looks to the side
of the bungalow and a door that leads into the lounge.
Lounge – 4.0m x 3.5 (13ft x 11.6ft)
A lovely cozy room with a window to the side of the bungalow and an external door
that opens onto the side of the property. There are doors into bedrooms one and two.
A wonderfully spacious room with two windows to the side, a door to the rear terrace
and patio doors onto the front terrace.
Sleeping area 4.5m x 4.5m ( 14.9ft x 14.9ft)
Dressing room/study 4.5m x 2.75 (14.9ft x 9.2ft)
The room has two areas the sleeping area with ample room for a large double bed and
several wardrobe’s and a study/ dressing area with plenty of room for a desk and
En-suite 1.5m x 3.5m (5ft x 11.6ft)
Fitted with good quality fixtures and fittings including a wash basin, W.C, full
size bath with a shower over and a heated towel rail. Tiled throughout with attractive
Another large double bedroom with patio doors that open onto the front terrace, and
again includes two areas for one for sleeping and a dressing area.
Sleeping area 4.0m x 4.0m (13ft x 13ft)
Dressing room/study 4.0m x 2.75m (13ft x 9.3ft)
En-suite 1.5m x 2.8m (5ft x 9.2ft)
Again fitted with good quality fixtures and fittings including a wash basin, W.C,
Shower cubical and tiled throughout with attractive ceramic tiles.
Garage and storage room – 28m² (300sqft)
The elevated position of the bungalow allows for a large storage room and covered
parking area to be constructed under the front terrace, a really great use of space.
The covered parking has sufficient space to accommodate one car, a door opens into
the storage room which has two windows, power and water. Currently home to the water
tanks but still has a large area idea as a workshop and utility area.
The Village of Yeni Erenkoy
In Turkish, the word Yeni means new, so this village is New Erenkoy. Once the centre
of the thriving and lucrative tobacco industry but after partition the tobacco conglomerates
left the island and the industry was finished. However still very evident are the
factories, packing houses and smokeries once associated with the business. Starting
during the Middle Ages with most tobacco being produced in the Larnaca area, in the
20th century production moved to the Karpaz and The Tobacco Cooperative Society built
the vast warehouse close to the village. Within the last decade the industry has
undergone a revival and tobacco can once again be seen growing in the Karpaz landscape.
With its narrow winding streets dotted with coffee shops and markets Yenierenkoy
is a pleasant rambling village, the small tourist office is open in the summer months.
In stark contrast a few kilometers along the coast is the recently opened brand new
state of the art Karpaz Gate Marina with berthing for 350 yachts and all the facilities
that the yachting fraternity require. When completed the development will include
shops, apartments and a hotel and casino. A great location in which to invest.