Why Buy A Home in Larnaca?
The Larnaca Real Estate opportunity
Larnaca is the third largest city on the Island of Cyprus and is located perfectly between the islands main cities within a short 50 minute drive to the island capital Nicosia, or the towns of Limassol and Ammochostos. The Cyprus International Airport is located in the city of Larnaca.
Larnaca is a City with a lot of potential and for the astute real estate investor, buying property in Larnaca promises to materialise into a very profitable investment.
Here are just a few reasons why the value of property such as houses, apartments, villas, land developments will exceed the expectations of both individuals and real estate investors who buy in the near future as property prices in Larnaca are still undervalued:
- ►the large scale upgrades to the Larnaca International Airport;
- ►the forthcoming designer golf course developments;
- ►the near completion of mass road improvements;
- ►the conversion of the Larnaca Port into an extension of the Larnaca Marina (more than tripling its size to dock both cruise ships and luxury yachts);
- ►the extension of the beautiful tree lined Phinikoudes promenade;
- ►and the relocation of the Larnaca Oil Refinery from the Dhekelia seafront;
Where to buy property in Larnaca
The most affordable real estate island wide is located in Larnaca. Families searching to buy property in order to make Larnaca their hometown will benefit from its warm climate, the residents friendly hospitality, low-tide beaches, low cost of living, historical charm and secure leisurely lifestyle.
Our Larnaca developments cater for both clienteles as they offer different architectural styles and designs ranging from contemporary houses to classical apartments and Mediterranean style holiday villas built to European standards.
The most popular areas regarding real estate in Laranca are :
The Mackenzy Area is the new and upcoming development area of Larnaca. Living in the Mackenzy Area, means being minutes from practically all of the best Larnaca has to offer: Downtown, the shops and cafes of Phinicoudes, the Makenzie night life, the pedestrian paths of the Piale Pashia Neighbourhood.
Larnaca - Dekhelia Road
The most sort-out area to buy a house and villa is Larnaca-Dhekelia Road. With this long-stretching seafront and quiet residential neighbourhood- home owners and investors are sure to enjoy luxury living to the fullest by buying a property on the Larnaca-Dhekhelia Road.
Larnaca Town Center
Buying a property in the Larnaca Town Center guarantees any home owner and investor the greatest of returns. Walking distance to all private schools such as the American Academy and Med High School as well as all Public schools, the cafes, shopping malls and the famous Finikoudes Beachfront. Afterall its no secret that the secret to maximising returns by buying apartments or houses is LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION.
Salt Lake Area
Home to the rare Pink and Black Famingo, Larnacas Salt Lake Natural Protected Reserve is known to awe and wonder all its visitors. Priviledge property buyers who are lucky to buy an apartment or flat in this area will have the opportunity to appreciate daily this wonder. For the more athletic home buyers, bike rides and nature walks around the paved Larnaca Salt Lake will be a most pleasant and breathtaking experience.
Make Larnaca your Home - in style
With beaches stretching for more than 8 kilometers long, Larnaca is an ideal location for those wishing to explore traditional Cyprus and also experience the middle eastern impact that history has had on the island.
The salt lake near the international airport is also a major attraction. In the winter the lake's shallow expanse of seawater is a favorite habitat for migratory birds, especially the Pink Flamingo. In the summer months the lake dries up and salt is collected for domestic use.
On the west side of the lake, resting peacefully among a copse of tall cypress trees, with its minarets reflected in the water, is the Tekke (shrine) of Hala Sultan built to honour a female relative of the Prophet Mohammed, Umm Haram, who accompanied the Arab invaders of Cyprus in 694AD, but died after falling from a mule near Larnaca. Her shrine, the third holiest in the Muslim world after Mecca and Medina, is today a wonderfully peaceful sanctuary planted with palm trees and flowering shrubs enjoyed by Cypriots and tourists alike.