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Luxury, Two-storey 6 bedroom House with a pool in Tseri-Lakatamia, Nicosia

House Type: Detached | Internal Area: 380㎡ | Beds: 6

Description

Two-storey house, situated in a great area in Tseri, Nicosia on a hill near Lapatsa and close to Lakatamia's swimming pool.
The house is built on a plot of 600 m2 and consists of 380 m2 internal area, 190 m2 ground floor, 190 m2 the floor and 100 m2 attic as a storage area.
Τhe house has a neoclassical character. It is lined with stone, in many places, both internally and externally.
The house has excellent energy efficiency since it is built with double brick and inside the masonry, between the bricks, a 5 cm polyurethane has been placed. In addition, UPVC doors provide high thermal insulation and sound insulation. The house is disabled-friendly because it has a ramp of access inside the house from the parking and a lift. All windows and doors of the house have blinds. The ground floor of the house has big living room with fireplace, furnished with a dining room with 10 chairs and leather sofas, sitting room furnished with a three-seater sofa and 2 armchairs, open plan kitchen with dishwasher, large fridge, oven and electric hotplate, and a work table with stools.

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Property Features

City: Tseri
Year Of Build: 2008
House Type: Detached
Construction Stage: Resale
Beds: 6
Baths: 3
Furnished: Yes
Kitchen Type: Separated
Title Deed: Yes
Internal Area: 380㎡
Garden Area: 185㎡
Uncovered Parking: 2
Covered Parking: 2
Covered Verandas: 50㎡
Plot Area: 600㎡
Heating Type: Central Heating
Heating Medium: Gas Heating System
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    Energy Efficiency Certificate 

    GRADE

    Pending Certification

    The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) gives the building a standard energy and carbon emission efficiency grade from ‘A’ to ‘G’ where ‘A’ is the most efficient and ‘D’ being the average to date.