Apartment For Sale  in  Agios Athanasios
Apartment For Sale  in  Agios Athanasios
Apartment For Sale  in  Agios Athanasios
Apartment For Sale  in  Agios Athanasios
Apartment For Sale  in  Agios Athanasios
  • For Sale €485,000
  • Price per sq. m.: €3,849/m²
  • Ref. No. SL22562
  • Agios Athanasios, Limassol
  • Apartment
  • 2 Bedrooms , 2 Bathrooms
  • Covered: 126m² , Internal Covered: 86m²
  • Veranda Cov.: 37m²
  • Sea views
  • Qualifies for Permanent Residency
  • Investment Opportunity

For Sale : Apartment - Limassol, Agios Athanasios

Prices from 485,000 + VAT 
Apartment living has a very special meaning at this project. This three-storey building is marked by its contemporary, streamlined design that reflects understated elegance. Here you have a real-life example of how architects and engineers can pool their skills, creativity and knowledge to create urban homes that are both practical and beautiful, attractive and durable.

Buyers have a choice of 1, 2 and 3 -bedroom apartments.
Regardless of size, each home maximizes the benefits of its orientation. Large south-facing verandas with full-length French windows allow the sea breeze to sweep through your home while the Mediterranean sunshine fills your life.

Air Conditioning
En suite bathrooms
Family Bathroom
Master Bedroom
Open Kitchen
Communal swimming pool
Private Parking (covered)
Views / Distances
Airport: 30 min drive
Beach: 10 min drive
Mountain views
Sea views
Town: 5 min drive
Energy Efficiency
Energy Class A
Legal and Financial
Investment Opportunity
Plus VAT
Qualifies for Permanent Residency
Agios Athanasios

Agios Athanasios

Cyprus, Limassol, Agios Athanasios
Agios Athanasios is a suburb in Limassol and an independent municipality in Cyprus since 1986. It is located 3 km from Limassol and owes its name to the Saint Athanasios. Its population is about 15,000 residents. Villages of the municipality are Karfkalla, Psoumas, Kiparisies and others. Agios Athanasios has a small history. It began as a small farm settlement and it evolved residentially with the refugees after the Turkish invasion in 1974. It...
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