A VILLA FOR SALE CLOSE TO FAMAGUSTA BAY AND THE CITY OF THAT NAME JUST REQUIRING
280m² covered area
50m from the beach
3 double bedrooms
Large plot (700m²)
Finish to your taste
An opportunity has arisen to purchase this almost completed, detached, villa just
50 meters from the beach in the sought after area of Yenibogazici in Famagusta. With
a total covered area of 280m² and on a large plot of 700m² it comprises of an open
plan lounge/kitchen/dining area, cloakroom and a second lounge/sitting room completes
the ground floor layout. A marble staircase takes you down to the huge basement and
up to the first floor where there are three double bedrooms, the master is en-suite
and a large family bathroom. A large terrace is accessed from the master bedroom
with a smaller balcony at the front of the villa both having amazing sea and mountain
This is an exceptional property in a great location, just a 10 minute drive to the
historic town of Famagusta, or in the other direction take a drive along the coast
to the beautiful Karpaz peninsular calling at the pretty fishing village of Bogaz
and the new Karpaz Marina on route. To finish the villa all that is required is a
front door, internal doors, a kitchen and the bathroom fittings of your choice.
The front doors lead into the hallway which leads to the open plan lounge and kitchen/dining
area. An attractive marble staircase leads to the first floor and down to the basement,
the tall glass brick windows make this a very bright and airy space.
Kitchen 4.3m x 3.8m
An archway into the kitchen area with a single aspect window ready to be fitted with
the kitchen of your choice.
Lounge/diner 6.8m x 5.4m
A large spacious room with patio doors to the front and back terraces, double aspect
windows and a fireplace.
Second lounge/sitting room 6.9m x 3.8m
A useful second room with patio doors to the front and the rear and 2 windows looking
to the side of the property.
Guest cloakroom 2.6m x 1.65
An interesting triangular shaped room tiled throughout ready the bathroom fitting
to be installed.
This attractive marble staircase leads up to the first floor landing and down to
the vast basement area.
Landing 5.6m x 2.8m
With doors leading to the bedrooms and bathroom and an external door to the large
Master Bedroom 4.3m x 3.5m
A large double bedroom with double aspect windows and patio doors to the balcony.
As you would expect, the sea and mountain views from this patio are outstanding.
En-suite 2.0m x 2.3m
Bedroom two 3.7m x 3.1m
A double room with 2 windows looking to the side of the property
Bedroom three 3.2m x 3.1m
A further good sized bedroom with double aspect windows
Family Bathroom 3.1m x 3.6m
Tiled throughout, ready for the fittings of your choice
With views of the sea and surrounding area
Basement/garage 8.0m x 7.0m
A vast area accessed via the internal stair case or the double garage doorway
A stone wall surrounds this attractive villa and impressive marble steps lead up
to the front door. There are spacious terraces at the front and side the property
and the garden has been paved, the borders are planted with a selection of trees
and shrubs. The driveway leads down to the garage/basement area.
Yenibogazici is quite a large busy village with an assortment of shops and restaurants,
all your day to day needs can be easily cater for without leaving the village. On
the doorstep of Yenibogazici are the magnificent ruins of Salamis and the fascinating
St Barnabas monastery. Salamis was once a great city and is believed to have been
founded in the 11th century BC and after the influences of the many conquering nations,
notably the Romans, the city was finally abandoned in 648 AD following the combined
catastrophes of earthquake and raids by Arab pirates, when the population moved to
Famagusta. Salamis was the most important ancient city in Cyprus, and the ruins are
still impressive today. Set over a site over one kilometre long, and with a sandy
beach along the entire length of the site, Salamis is a great place for a day out
in North Cyprus. Allow plenty of time; to walk the entire site is a trek of almost
The Famagusta region of Northern Cyprus has so much to offer. From the fascinating
old walled city with its numerous shops, restaurants and bars then driving north
past the ruins of ancient Salamis passing miles of sandy beaches coming to the picturesque
fishing harbour at Bogaz and then onwards to the magnificent Karpaz peninsula where
some exciting developments are taking place firstly at Bafra with 10 new themed hotels
planned for construction and then on to the Karpaz Gate Marina. All this and some
of the most beautiful beaches in the world, yes, Famagusta seems to offer everything.
Exciting developments There are some new and exciting developments in this region
and despite a global recession in property work continues on the planned developments
Bafra – New Resort hotels Investments made jointly from the private sector and the
government in the Bafra region are designed to boost tourism in the area. Plans for
no less than 16 five star hotels, a shopping centre and enlarged desalination facilities
will make this into the ‘Las Vegas’ of the Eastern Mediterranean’. The hotels will
be designed along various themes with such names as The Hanging Gardens of Babylon,
The Coliseum, The Kaya Artimis, and Noah’s Ark etc. The 750 bed Kaya Artemis is already
completed as is the Noah’s Ark Hotel, both are impressive and it certainly makes
a statement about the future of tourism in this part of Northern Cyprus. New roads
are being built to reduce the travel time from both Kyrenia and Famagusta to this
region. As if that were not enough the new Karpaz Gate Marina is now open and operational.
Located just north of the village of Yeni Erenkoy and just 40 minutes away from Iskele.
It is large enough for 350 plus vessels, including Super Yachts of over 65 meters.
Restrictions on sailing along the territorial waters of the Turkish Republic of
Northern Cyprus have now been lifted which means yachts will sail to this new and
almost only available berthing spot in the Eastern Mediterranean. This will further
add value to properties and investments in the area and act as a money magnet with
the super rich bringing their yachts and wanting to explore the region.