3 Bed Village House for sale

Paphos, Cyprus

£44,835

 [€50,000]

Property Details

  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1

Full Description

A three bedroom Stone House located in the beautiful village of Filousa Chrysochous.

Filousa Chrysochous is located in the northern part of Pafos District, just 12 km southeast of Polis Chrysochous. The village lies close to Simou, Zacharta and Sarama Village. The two abandoned villages of Evretou and Trimithousa are also nearby. The nearby town of Polis Chrysochou is the main administration, school and medical centre for the village.

The population of Filousa Village has 30 permanent residents, with the village becoming busier at the weekends, also during festivals and the holiday periods.

The village acquired it’s name, according to legend, from the two large trees that grew by the town square. They were very large trees and became intwined, as if they were kissing. The village thus became known as Filousa Village, the kissing village. Filousa in Greek mean kissing, so this does makes sense.

Filousa Village is spread along a main road, with a few narrow streets leading off. The local Mukhtar, community leader, has a plan to allow renovations in the centre of the village, but they must stay in tune with the character of the village. This means, the homes must be built with local stone and have wooden doors and windows.

Filousa Village has magnificent views, and has managed to keep it’s traditional architecture and charm.

This three bedroom stone house is on a plot of 344 sq m. The property is in need of renovation. There are three bedrooms, one bathroom and a living/dining/kitchen area. The living/dining area has a feature fire place.
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