NEW BUILD THREE AND FOUR BEDROOM LUXURY VILLAS IN THE SALAMIS AREA OF FAMAGUSTA BAY
Wardrobe room in Master Bedroom
Guest toilet at the entrance hall
Fireplace in the living room
All woodwork by Arredo Design & Furniture
Exterior doors with MDF Veneer
Aluminium stair railing
Granite tile flooring
Spacious balconies and terraces
Central heating system
Cloakroom at the entrance
Pressure boasting system
Central satellite system
Central internet system
Equivalent title deeds
American pressed interior doors
Sensor lighting system
Air conditioning infrastructure
Natural marble coverings
Solar panel system
Prices and availability August 2017
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.
Resale & Rental Potential
This large spacious properties are strategically placed within 5 minutes to the nearest
sandy beach, whilst the City centre of Famagusta can also be reached within 5 minutes.
Long term rental expectations for this property are £450-£500 per month, and for
short term holiday lets, £750 weekly if a pool was added.
Local amenities and attractions, travelling times.
Nearest large supermarket - 5 minute drive
Chemist & Clinic - 5 minute drive
Iskele – 10 minutes
Beach area – 5 minutes drive
Salamis Ruins and St Barnabas abbey – 5 minutes
Famagusta city – 5 minutes
Karpaz gate marina – 50 minutes
Karpaz peninsular – 1 hour drive
Ercan airport – 40 minutes
Larnaca airport – 1 hr 10 minutes
Yenierenkoy lies on the northern coast of the fabulous Karpaz Peninsula The area
is sometimes called the “land that time forgot” as it is easy to imagine yourself
in a bygone age. Small traditional villages and towns where most live off the land
or the sea and mile upon mile of glorious sandy beaches reward those visiting this
magical place. Those lucky enough to buy property and to live or regularly holiday
here are truly fortunate. The rolling hills, massive sand dunes and trees that carpet
the landscape are home to a vast array of plant and animal species including birds,
reptiles and amphibians. Some of the sensational beaches are also chosen by endangered
Chelonia Mydas and Caretta Caretta sea turtles that return year after year to lay
their eggs. The turtle has become the unofficial emblem of the Karpaz in the eyes
of many people.
Some development has been approved including the superb Karpaz Gate yacht marina
and resort which is operational and a short distance from these villas . The proximity
to this major attraction can only add value to your investment here. Travelling to
the location you will pass the five star resort at Bafra with its range of five star
hotels, casino and watersports area. A new golf club is planned for that location
which is a short and pleasant drive from this development.
Would you like to wake up every morning in a luxurious contemporary villa in a beautiful
area of immense historic and cultural interest yet be close to superb beaches and
the thriving city of Famagusta?
This private site offers a choice of 3 or 4 bedroom villas from a generous 180
m² to 284 m² in size. Located in the Salamis area, these contemporary villas are
designed with a modern open plan interior, extensive windows and infrastructure for
central heating and air conditioning already in place. The City of Famagusta is just
a short 5 minute drive away, as is the sandy beach. Payment terms on application.
Already fast selling out, there are still some villas available, so don’t delay,
contact us today for further information.