Incomplete three-storey residential building in Agios Ioannis area in Limassol. It is located close to all necessary services and amenities within excellent access towards the Limassol Marina and the city center.
It is noted that the building is semidetached and corresponds to the 1/2 share of the property and it is located on the northern part.
The building on the ground floor, consists of covered parking space, toilet for disabled people and storage room
According to the architectural plans each of the 3 floors will consists of a whole floor apartment of three bedrooms
It is noted that completed construction works of the building includes the construction of the structure frame with reinforce concrete. Total covered area of the building is approximate 540 sqm. The property is considered as a good investment opportunity
Upon completion the building will have high potential for a good return.
Community:Agios Ioannis Malountas
Land Area:500 m2
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Airports near to the property
- Larnaca International Airport - Διεθνές Αεροδρόμιο Λάρνακας 54.31 kms
- Paphos International Airport - Διεθνές Αεροδρόμιο Πάφου 88.64 kms
Beaches near to the property
- Mitsero Red Lake - Κόκκινη Λίμνη Μιτσερό 8.20 kms
- Tamassos Archaeological Site - Αρχαιολογικός Χώρος Ταμασσού 8.35 kms
- Fikardou Kardou Rural Museum - Αγροτικό Μουσείο Φικάρδου Καρδού 14.18 kms
- Picnic Site - Εκδρομικός χώρος 17.57 kms
- Panagia Pantanassa Monastery - Μονή Παναγίας Παντάνασσας 19.61 kms
- Makedonitissa 1st Primary School - Πρώτο Δημοτικό Σχολείο Μακεδονίτισσας 19.13 kms
Its name dates to the time of the Templars. At that time, the city was called Kallinikisis, a complicated term to pronounce later changed to Nicosia. For now, history books attribute its founding to the Achaeans, an Indo-European people who began to move through the Balkan region more than 4,000 years ago.
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