Unique house for sale in the village of Kalohorio, Limassol district in a picturesque mountain region. The property was originally 3 separate old, 18th century stone houses. The current owners combined them together and transformed them into one modern home retaining its original character and appeal as one can see from the enclosed photograph
Entry level leading from a village lane to a utility room; a fully fitted kitchen and accessories, with access to a south facing veranda looking onto a mountain range.There is a spiral staircase to the courtyard below. The lounge has a fully functioning Swedish log burning fire place. Access to the main bedroom is by a spiral staircase, leading on from the lounge.
Master bedroom with en-suite, wc, and walk- through- closet.
Bedroom 2 (separate entrance from the lane) but an integral part of the house. It has an en-suite shower room. (again a separate entrance from the lane) wardrobe and some furniture.
The house is some 20 metres from the main village road, situated on contour, hence why the living area is above and bedrooms below. The road is not busy since a by-pass was constructed some years ago. So peace and tranquillity prevails
Title Deeds were updated in 2013.
A full professional survey was carried out giving the true marlet value but the price has been reduced considerably.
Broadband Wi Fi. Facilities.
Space to build a further room.
Some furniture available free.
The village is some 25 minutes from the main coastal town of Limassol with a good road access. There is local taverna which specilaizes in Greek dishes, an excellant village mini market.. A further Taverna has recently opened in another nearby village. There are many tradesmen living in the village to carry out any work one wants doing.The village is sitting on a large underground reservoir which supplies spring water to all residents the whole year round even during the long, hot summer watering ones garden is not a problem .Average water bills are approx Euro 20 per quarter. Village rates per annum is Euro 140.
There is a village kinder- garden and primary school.
Skips are located throught the village for waste, which are collected twice weekly. There are also some bottle banks.
There is a mountainous, pine covered area called kako Malis, which is ideal for walking, jogging, biking and taking in the fresh, pine mountain air. There is a designated picnic area with running water, toilets within secluded woodland.
The village and surrounding villages are known as the Commanderia Wine growing region. Each summer, a festival is held in the village square, to celebrate the maturity of the wine which dates back many centuries. Also there is a strong agricultural and horticulture presence within the surrounding area.
A very safe, quite environment to live. The local villagers are friendly, polite and welcome outsiders. Family bonds are strong. Kalohorio is a live village with a positive future, hence the reason why infrastructure is on the increase but maintaining the beauty of the area in general.
The nearest golf course is some 15-20 miles East.. Many personnel from the village play golf there; and each year the Kalohorio Masters is played there.
European citizens of retirement age qualify for free health care at government hospitals. Each Thursday morning, a Dr and staff visits the village surgery for appointments, supplying free medication, health checks, arranging hospital appointments etc.