Sold : Stone House - Polis, Argaka
This 2 bedroom, 112 year old stone built character bungalow is located in a quiet and serene part of the much sought after area of Argaka.
Being offered with full TITLE DEEDS and fully furnished it offers an authentic taste of Cypriot life before so many of us were born.
It has a delightful ROOF TERRACE offering 360 degrees of the imposing mountains and the dazzling blue Mediterranean Sea.
The advantage of a stone built property is that it is cooler in summer and retains the heat in winter meaning lower fuel bills.
This fairy tale style property which dates from 1907 was originally owned by the wife of the director of Limni Mines. Among its numerous attractive features are the high beamed ceilings and a very attractive stone archway between the lounge and diner.
Entrance to the property is along a drive large enough to easily accommodate 2 cars and which also features a delightful Jacaranda tree planted by the current owners when they bought and renovated the property back in 1989.
This is a very interesting property in as much as it was originally 2 properties made into one.
The main property is a very traditional self- contained house with an open plan kitchen, lounge and diner and a double bed in the left hand corner of the same room. The bed is separated from the rest of the room by a curtain.
Features of the kitchen include a double sink, PRINCESS fridge/freezer, and a Super General oven with a 4 ring gas hob.
The diner is large enough to accommodate 6 people at the dining table, whilst the lounge includes a fully functioning chimney adding to the charm of the bungalow.
The bed is a generously sized double.
To the left of this room is a recently renovated shower room and this in turn leads to a very generously sized double bedroom which can also be accessed from the driveway. This bedroom currently has 2 single beds and a chimney which is currently blocked but can quite easily be put into fully functioning usage again.
The property is being offered with numerous fascinating artefacts including a ship’s clock and barometer.
All in all this is a fascinating property which can only really be fully appreciated by viewing