On the border of the Akamas Nature reserve and at the last point of allowed construction, Maispa Developers are offering an exciting selection of sea view villas in a variety of styles and designs. This 3 bedroom sea view villa with 3.5 bathrooms faces the Mediterranean Sea, with the Akamas forest in the background. We had our architects and civil engineers design a modern open plan villa to have interior and exterior finishes finished to the highest standards therefore creating a truly unique property.
Each style will be designed to complement the beautiful landscape of the area, combining sympathetic architectural touches to embrace all the comforts of contemporary living. Maispa Developers are offering our discerning clients spacious, light-filled living and entertainment areas, generously sized balconies and terraces and large private gardens with infinity pools in the most exclusive location, therefore, this really is a once in a lifetime opportunity to live in the peace and tranquillity of a world recognized, unspoilt site of significant ecological importance.
- Stunning unobstructed sea and mountain views
- Exclusive location
- Gated project with remote access
- Walking distance to local amenities
- Choice of finishes
- Infinity pool
- Italian styled kitchen with granite worktops
- Provision for central heating and Air conditioning
- Garage with remote controlled doors
- Optional Roof Garden
- Cutting edge technology
- Limited availability
The Akamas Peninsula is one of the last remaining natural areas on the island and is protected by UNESCO. You can swim, cycle, walk and explore this beautiful area of the island and not be disturbed. It is the most westerly point of the island, covering approximately 230 square km and is where you will find a wild untouched landscape, amazing natural beauty, deep gorges, stunning sandy bays and of course many hundreds of plant and bird species, mammals and reptiles. During spring the area is ablaze with flowers and the scent of anemones, orchids and jasmine are heavy in the air.
Paphos, once the Roman capital of the island, enjoys mild winters and warm, seemingly endless summers. The irrigation system has helped to turn Paphos into the “garden of Cyprus” and it is also renowned as having one of the healthiest climates in the Mediterranean. The Government and private enterprise continue to invest heavily in the infrastructure, providing such features as extending the motorway network, extensive improvements to the picturesque harbour and coastal walkway, a new state-of-the-art marina is planned for around 1000 yachts and the upgrading the International Airport has made it into one of the most modern in the Mediterranean basin.
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