Unique 3 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom, detached villa on corner plot with Title Deed for the land in residential area of Deryneia.
This spacious family home is located in a quiet residential area of the village, close to the local junior school. The main entrance leads into the vast living and dining area with separate dine in kitchen. There is a large covered patio, a great place for family outdoor dining. For convenience there is a ground floor wc and large utility room with ample cupboard and worktop space.
The wide staircase leads to the bedrooms and family bathroom, with a further staircase leading to the huge loft space which can be adapted to make one or even two further bedrooms.
The plot offers ample garden space with storage shed making it a great opportunity to design your own outdoor area.
It can be easily converted into 4-5-bedroom house as per someone’s needs.
Deryneia is a large village in the island of Cyprus. It is located at the east side of the island, 2 km (1 mi) south of the city of Famagusta. The population of the village is 5,758 (October 2011 census) and it consists of a municipality since 1994. The current mayor is Andros Karayiannis. Since the 1974 Turkish invasion of Cyprus, around 75% of the village terrain is in Northern Cyprus. The village is 12 kilometers from the famous resort of Ayia Napa. The “Ghost Town” of Varosha can be clearly viewed from the roof of the Cultural Centre, as can the craters from shells fired during the invasion in the field opposite.
The village has agricultural land around it, and is one of the “Kokkinochoria” (red villages) so called from the red soil. Potatoes are widely grown but Deryneia is famous for its strawberries and holds a biennial strawberry festival at the football ground of Anagennisi Deryneia on the Dherynia to Sotira road.