Detached Villa in Peyia For Sale
For Sale €260,000 - Detached Villa
PP72263 126 2 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1 Parking 1999 Year Built 400



REDUCED FROM €299000 DOWN TO €260000

This 2 bedroom detached villa is located in Peyia with all amenities and just a short 5 minute drive to the blue flag beaches of Coral Bay.

The villa is situated on a small private development centered around a communal pool and is walking distance to restaurants, bars, gym and mini markets

The property consists of spacious living room with a bright conservatory leading out on to your private garden. There is a separate kitchen, dining area with patio doors to your covered veranda at the front of the villa, on this level there is also a guest cloakroom.

Upstairs you have the family bathroom, 2 double bedrooms; one of which has an additional adjoining room that can be utilised as a young child’s room or study.

Outside there is off road parking for 2-3 cars, all around the villa you have easy, low maintenance garden with irrigation, mature fruit trees, shrubs and cacti garden.

There is a good size communal pool with ample sun bathing terrace all around

Property Features

2 Double Bedrooms

Fitted Wardrobes


Air Conditioning

New Double Glazed Windows

Fly Screens

Family Bathroom & Guest Toilet

Private Gardens

Covered Terrace

Low Maintenance Garden

Irrigation System

Solar Hot Water

Pressurised Water System

Private Driveway



Peyia is a town in Cyprus with population approximately 10,000 residents. Peyia is situated mainly on the coastal hills inland from Coral Bay, at the southern end of the Akamas Peninsula, and it lies 14 km north of Paphos. It has a good population of British ex-pats and a growing number of holiday and residential homes and apartments. In the town centre can be found a town hall, church, police station and several small shops, restaurants and banks. Due to its amazing hillside location many parts of the town offer Panoramic sea views over Coral Bay and Paphos.

Peyia actually covers a large area stretching from the Peyia Forest on the hills high above the village in the north, to the sea in the south, and from the Bay of Maa in the east to the Akamas Peninsula in the west. However the name is used more frequently in respect to the town.

Peyia, like many other towns in the Paphos region, has a large number of cafes and restaurants. More places to eat are being opening suggesting there is no shortage of demand. These range from taverns, meze houses and traditional cafes, to themed restaurants . The closes traditional village is Kathikas, which again has an impressive range of eateries, and the Vasilikon and Sterna Winery.

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