No 9 Semi-Detached Village House in Kyriakou Matsi, Vouni Limassol CyprusEuroresales Property iD – 9823940About the property:This typical Cypriot Village house is on the edge of the village of Vouni in the Trudos Mountains with uninterrupted views to the coast. it has four double/twin bedrooms and kitchen/ living room/ dining room, open plan on the ground floor leading onto a large south facing patio which is partially covered to give some shade.This leads to lower terraces ideal for sunbathing and barbecue’s. The garden is in three tiers with lots of room for a large pool. it is an idyllic setting with panoramic views and has a great sense of space and peacefulness. Large Garage.Other information:Oil fired central heatingDownstairs:Large kitchen opening to walled courtyardOpen plan living / dining roomW.c.Patio area- partially covered- south facingUpstairs:Landing with balconyBathroomMaster bedroom ensuite- king-size bed- fitted wardrobes- balconyTwin bedroom -fitted wardrobes – balconyTwin bedroom – fitted wardrobes – balconyAttic bedroom – king-size bed- cathedral ceilingApproximate measurements:Downstairs: total area 8.7 x 10.3mUpstairs 1st floor: total area 8.7 x 10.3mGarage: 8.3 x 4.5mGarden: 3 TiersAbout the area:The ancient village of Vouni is nestled into the lower region of the Trudos Mountains at 800 meters above sea level. it is located in the wine villages of the Lemesos District, The name Vouni means ‘low mountain ‘the village is south facing and benefits from a sunny aspect and mountain breezes in summer the quality of the light , the air and the water is unsurpassed anywhere.Vouni is a heaven for walkers and nature lovers alike and there are many routes through the vineyards and river beds to explore nearby hills, villages and towns. This is a traditional village with stone houses many of which have been restored with blue shutters, doors and balconies.it is a friendly and social village with Tavernas, coffee shops and a wine bar where everyone is made welcome. The cobbled streets lined with pots of plants and the traditional houses have brought many, from all over the world, to live in this little piece of paradise.