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Type: Semi Detached Houses with Communal Pool
Status: SALE
Completion Date: Available
Location: Larnaca, Xylophagou
Bedrooms: 2
Ref No: LAXYL-VCHA-0876
Category: Villas & Bungalows
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Semi Detached Houses with Communal Pool


This project of 24 semi-detached houses is situated in Xylophagou, which is a short 10 minute drive from the towns of Ayia Napa and Larnaca town and airport. Xylophagouis a tranquil village.
These detached houses come with their own garden and private parking and have access to a communal swimming pool.

Other Features:
Communal Pool
Air-conditioning provision
1 Bathroom 
Double Glazing 
Fitted Wardrobes 
Solar Heating system 
Fitted kitchen (excludes appliances)

Current Availability
2-bedroom house
Covered size: 98m2
Plot size 126m2
Price € 200,070

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