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With the Ercan international airport less than 3 minutes away, this plot of land stands to be one of the best real estate investments you could make. A flat level piece of land, this 1.39 donum plot is suitable for building a good sized property or simply to hold on to as the rising cost of real estate by the airport gradually increases and demand for land becomes louder, and where better than in this quiet farming village that is waiting to become a fast developing center. Why not take advantage of this incredible offer and add this to your investment portfolio as the airport, Lefkosa and an amazing amount of amenities are only a short trip away.

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The Location


The village of Mericoy is a short distance from Ercan International Airport and, as with any international airport, real estate in the area normally goes in the same direction as the aircraft taking off––-Upward. As airports expand so does the demand for both residential and commercial property. In addition to the airport adding attraction to this investment, it is further enhanced by the proximity to the capital city of Lefkosa (Nicosia)


The city of Lefkosa


The capital city of Cyprus is Nicosia, Lefkosa in Turkish. It is the only tecnically divided capital city in the world and has a long and colourful history. The inland position, midway between the mountain ranges has made this a meeting point from all parts of the island. Originally called Ledra and a small city kingdom circa 1050BC the town came to prominence after the Arab raids of the 7th century AD Under Lusignan rule the city developed culturally and commercially, expanding as the need arose. Realisation that the spread of the Ottoman Empire would inevitably take in the strategic island of Cyprus. The cities were all  reinforced with massive walls. and by 1567 the massive walls that we see today had been completed.

The differences between the Northern and Southern Nicosia is vast, the Turkish sector has retained the life and bustle within the walls , with its maze of back streets and facinating old shops just as it has been for centurys, while in the Southern sector the medieval city is neglected, the heart of the city has moved to the high rise suburbs of the modern city. In April 2008 the barrier in central Nicosia were partially opened and the Ledra Street/Lokmaci crossing opened to permit the free crossing into both parts of their capital city. A significant move in the process towards a long lasting north south resolution has been achieved. Today there is a constant flow of people back and forth from both directions.


With the benefit of Turkish Title Deeds adding to the clear advantages of the location, we expect very strong reaction. Please contact us to register your interest without delay.