- Brand new 2 bedroom apartment
- Delivery June 2020
- Communal swimming pool
- Children play ground
- Open plan living area
- Option to select interior design
- Option to have a payment plan till June 2020
- 5 minutes’ drive to Citymall & EMU
- 30 minutes’ drive to Ercan airport
If you are looking to be on one of the trendiest modern complexes in Famagusta, at a cost lower than if you were to buy direct from the Developer, then look no further! Situated just a 5 minute drive from the main attractions in Famagusta such as the City Mal, and the many Universities the town has to offer, these stylish apartments really do tick every box. Whether you are looking for a permanent home, holiday home or are looking to buy to let, this apartment complete with a payment plan really needs to be at the top of your viewing list.
Reference No: HP2132
- 23.000GBP (already paid from current owner)
- 5.000GBP (will paid in September 2019)
- 5.000GBP (will paid in March 2020)
- 16.900 (will paid delivery in June 2020)
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 harbor 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.
Famagusta is one of the most important, greatly fortified ports on the shores of the Mediterranean. To the north of Famagusta lie the fabulous ruins of Salamis. This one great city 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.
The spectacular ruins give a fascinating insight into long-lost civilizations and include a magnificent amphitheater, Roman baths, a gymnasium and royal tombs. The mosaics are particularly beautiful. Ravaged by war and earthquakes, the old walled town is now only partially inhabited, but it contains some of the finest examples of medieval military architecture extant and the 14th-century Gothic-style Cathedra now a mosque.
Restored and pedestrianized since 1996, the old town of Gazimagusa is a veritable outdoor museum and a real delight to explore, soak up the sunshine and people-watch in quaint cafes. Just minutes away also lays the thriving new town which is becoming increasingly popular with locals and visitors alike as a fun-packed holiday destination. It's an excellent hub for eating-out, shopping and recreation. Nowadays the city comes alive at night with trendy cafes, bars and restaurants offering international cuisine as well as the traditional Cypriot food. Clubs and restaurants have traditional music as well as performers traveling from further afield to satisfy the tastes of all age groups The eastern coastal area of Gazimagusa Bay is one long, very fine beach with excellent facilities and clean, safe bathing and snorkelling. This harbour town is a fantastic destination for summer holidays or permanent living.