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The apartment is located in the popular village of Iskele and is the last remaining penthouse available on this attractive development. The development comprises of a selection of one and two bedroom apartment over 6 floors with the penthouse occupying the 7th floor, there are lifts to all levels. The apartment blocks are sited around a large communal pool, the facilities include on site management, tennis court, mini gym, poolside café and 24 hour security. The apartment boasts 3 double sized bedrooms, a large lounge, separate kitchen/diner, 3 bathrooms and 4 terraces with excellent sea and mountain views. Just a 5 minute walk to all amenities including supermarkets and restaurants and a short drive to the local beaches. The picturesque fishing harbour at Bogaz is 5 minutes away and the historic town of Famagusta just a 15 minute drive down the coast road The Karpaz peninsular and the new Karpaz Gate marina can be reached within the hour, and both Ercan and Larnaca airports are easily accessible. These apartments are an ideal property to purchase as a holiday home, full time residence or as a buy to let investment.

The Property

Total cover area 155m², Private terraces 165m²

The lounge

A large lounge with 2 patio doors opening onto a huge terrace with views of the pool and the sea


Fitted with quality kitchen units and granite work surfaces, a patio door opens onto another large terrace with sea views

Master bedroom

A large double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a patio door opening onto a large terrace with sea views.


A spacious bathroom fitted with a washbasin, WC and a large shower

Bedroom 2

A double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and patio doors opening onto a large terrace

Bedroom 3

Another double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and patio doors opening onto a large terrace

Family bathroom

Furnished with a wash basin, WC and bath with shower over

Guest Cloakroom

Fitted with a wash basin and WC.


Please CONTACT US quoting reference HP0797 for more on this North Cyprus property

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The Village of Iskele

The village of Iskele, or to give it it’s correct name, Yeni Iskele, (New Iskele), is where the Turkish Cypriots from the district of Iskele in Larnaca were relocated in 1975. It is also the birthplace of the Greek EOKA leader Georgios Grivas. To the west there is the Icon Museum which houses a small collection of 12th to 15th century wall paintings. The people of Iskele are a mixture of local Cypriots, British born Cypriots and expatriates. The village holds an annual festival where dancers from all over the world perform. There is a delightful park which has children’s swings, an outdoor gymnasium, and a five a side football pitch covered in Astroturf. There are lovely walkways and benches to relax on an amphitheatre and a small café. It is a good sized village with all amenities you should need close to hand it is within a 35 minute drive to Ercan airport and only 20 minutes from Famagusta. Close by is Iskele beach a long stretch of sandy beach within a 5 minute drive. Bogaz Harbour is less than ten minutes away and then you have the whole of the Karpaz peninsula to explore, pretty much at your doorstep. There are a number of good restaurants within the boundaries of the village as well as in Bogaz.   This is an ideal location for either full time residence, holiday home or buy to let.

Nearby Bogaz is a truly beautiful coastal village located on the southern end of the Karpaz Peninsula, otherwise known as the “panhandle” of North Cyprus. The village enjoys a south facing aspect over Famagusta Bay and the clear blue Mediterranean Sea. Local fishermen ply their trade as they have for centuries past from the fishing harbour that is the focus point for this delightful village. Bogaz has a unique atmosphere that has bewitched countless tourists and many are now happily living here alongside the friendly locals having decided that this is the place to be. It is no surprise to find the harbour ringed by many restaurants and taverns from which to choose and where the catch of the day is a popular choice. with excellent fresh, reasonably priced food and drinks. Many people simply fall in love with Bogaz whilst looking for their new home in North Cyprus. The village is blessed with many natural attractions but has managed to preserve its uniqueness and doesn’t suffocate its visitors with mass tourism. Local Cypriots mingle in harmony with Europeans and other nationalities, enjoying a cool drink, observing the activity around the working harbour and enjoying life as it should be