YOUR PRIVATE GETAWAY IN CYPRUS
This Mediterranean inspired luxury home, is truly remarkable inside and out, spreading over a 6.258 sq.m. plot of land.
A 3-floored main house, a guest house and in house maid quarters, with 10 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, elegantly custom made, offer unparalleled craftsmanship and exceptional amenities. Features include oak wardrobes, wooden floors, large windows providing plenty of natural lighting, a gourmet kitchen with island bar (great for entertaining), as well as a secondary kitchen, both of which are fitted with Corian and marble counter tops, one gorgeous master suite, ample storage, infinity overflow swimming pool surrounded by durable decking, a massive Turkish hammam, large tennis court, three-bedroom guest house, acres of carefully designed garden, plus stunning views of Limassol and the coastline. Situated in a very high demand area.
Every detail was carefully selected and quality crafted. Highlights include Italian Martini Light fixtures, Italian Freestone tiles in bathrooms, common areas and hallway floors, Berta Italian oak wood bedroom flooring, plaster walls and ceilings, artwork display lighting, heated swimming pool, hidden mechanicals, a climate-control system (VRV A/C) and central heating system operated by a high performance heat pump, high-tech security system, automated lighting using a combination of KNX and z-wave, electricity backup generator 85KV (enough to fully sustain the facilities in case of emergency), spacious rooms that overlook the city.
Limassol is the second biggest city of Cyprus.
Recognized popularity as a tourism destination, Limassol is also an administrative and business centre, a port, a resort, the centre of the wine industry and home to many archeological sites.
The vivacious city centre, seems to offer a journey through time where the University with its bustling young students aiming for a brighter future is just a few streets away from the old market and ancient castle which link us to the past. Gracefully blending old with new continues, as across the seafront one can appreciate the cosmopolitan side of Limassol with its contemporary business structures and modern apartment buildings while only several kilometers away one can find charming areas with cobblestone streets, quaint buildings with overhanging terraces under which there are a profusion of small shops, restaurants and cafes.
If you are a Food Lover and you enjoy experiencing local food, here's a Recommended List of Popular Eats in Limassol, from Tripadvisor
In the other hand if you do want to get full on recommendations, check out All About Limassol for more.
One thing is for sure, you'll not get bored!