New development for Southern Cyprus
Golfers will be able to play and relax in style at Southern Cyprus'
forthcoming PGA approved golf course following the award of planning permission for a luxury villa development.
UK based Morpheus Investments' new development will be located next to the golf course in Tersefanou and is one of the island's first prestigious golf-side developments. It will boast 10 detached three and four bedroom villas with en-suite facilities, private pools, gardens, verandas and luxury fittings.
Dani Maxton, managing director at Morpheus Investments, comments: "The villas are designed to offer plenty of space, privacy, comfort and convenient access to the golf course when it is completed in 2010.
Purchasers will be able to choose the latest fixtures and fittings including silver goods and Jacuzzi baths. They'll also receive a year's club membership to the PGA course, enabling them to beat the year long waiting list."
The Morpheus Heights villa plots range from 245 to 318 square metres in size and are set against a backdrop of rolling hills and coastline.
Maxton adds: "The villas will be elevated so that they overlook the PGA golf course and offer spectacular views of the surrounding countryside and nearby golden beaches."
Villa prices range from CYP£299,000 to CYP£389,000 and can be secured with a 20% deposit with nothing further payable until completion in 2010.
Maxton concludes: "Planning permission in Southern Cyprus is stringently controlled so that it protects the island's beautiful countryside and coastlines. This often means that developers will capitalise on available land space by cramming as many properties as possible into developments.
"This approach can compromise the look, feel and comfort of villas and make buyers feel claustrophobic. We have taken the opposite approach with our new development to offer people the tranquillity that they desire from a place in the sun, whether they are buying or letting.
"The villas will be finished to a very high-spec and offer exceptional value for money. They work out at around 50% less per square metre than
other luxury properties on the market in Southern Cyprus."
October 9, 2007