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Two houses on one donum of Turkish land in Hisarkoy - restoration project

Two houses on one donum of Turkish  land in  Hisarkoy - restoration project
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  • Number: s- hi-01
  • Type: Villa
  • Operation: Sale
  • Secondary market: Secondary market
  • Address: Guzelyurt, Hisarkoy
  • Square: 250.0 m2
  • Count bedrooms: 5
  • Cost:
    126 000 £

Description

We are thrilled to present this terrific offer of two houses located on Turkish land west of Kyrenia, in Hisarkoy, which was once a Maronite village. The properties, located on the land of just over one donum, can be used as two separate villas, or as the main and a guest house, as used by current owners. They could easily be split into two separate properties see: http://kampyli.weebly.com/options.html 

Built in the late 19th and early 20th century, the houses were renovated in the traditional Cypriot style in 2004 and 2009, and now offer comfortable accommodation that will appeal to everyone. During the restoration the materials of the highest quality were used. The properties benefit from shutters, traditional arches, and stunning views from the terraces. 

The first house offers three bedrooms with fitted wardrobes, 2 halls, living room and kitchen with fitted units, large family bathroom and separate toilet on large upstairs roof terrace. 

The second house comprises of an open-plan living room, kitchen, 2 spacious bedrooms with en-suite, one with terrace and a garden Kitchen. This house can be divided to make two one bedroomed holiday lets 

All property taxes have been paid, the houses are for sale partly furnished. Pre-74 Turkish title deeds. Viewing is highly recommended.


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