Superb 1 Bedroom Apartment in Chloraka CyprusEuroresales Property iD – 9824965Property information:This property is an excellent single bedroom apartment which is located in Chloraka, Paphos, Cyprus.The property includes all curtains, pictures and items of furniture not shown/included in various rooms. The property is tiled throughout.The property is located on the second floor of the apartment complex and is easily accessible via easy rising staircase.The bedroom of the apartment it fitted with a built in wardrobe, a safe, includes all bedding, is air conditioned and has a wall unit and a ceiling fan.The apartment also includes 1 bathroom which is fully tiled and has a shower in bath, washbasin and a low level toilet suite.The kitchen/dining area in the property is fully fitted and equipped with units both low and high, a washing machine, dishwasher, microwave and all cutlery and crockery.The dining area of the apartment has a table and 4 chairs along with placemats.The lounge area includes a TV, sofa which doubles out as a bed, armchair, coffee table, ceiling fan, wall unit and is air conditioned.The apartment also includes a balcony at the front which has a table and chairs, the balcony provides beautiful views of the mountains and villages in the distance.The property also has access to a communal swimming pool which provides a nice area to cool down on hot sunny days. The pool is serviced and cleaned on a regular basis.The property is located just 15 minutes away from Paphos and there is a regular bus service available if required.The apartment also includes a private parking area for 1 vehicle underneath the building.About the Area:Chloraka is a village situated to the west of the Paphos district three kilometres from the town, the town is built at an altitude of 70m from the sea. The village is located in a valley which has beautiful views towards the horizon which is lost in the Mediterranean Sea.Chloraka is a place with beautiful beaches and intense opposites, with old and modern buildings, natural environment and culture which combines Greece, Europe and the Middle East with hotels, restaurants, bars and coffee shops.The main characteristics of the beaches are their secluded rocks, clear blue waters and their golden sand. The whole village is a balcony to the Mediterranean with rocky slopes, green fields and lush trees.The first residents were shepherds and farmers who built their farms on the edge in order to watch the sea for pirates and Sarakineans so they could have time to hide their belongings.Cyprus has a subtropical climate and one of the warmest climates in the Mediterranean part of the European Union.The average annual temperature on the coast is around 24 °C during the day and 14 °C at night.Generally, summers last about eight months, beginning in April with average temperatures of 21-23 °C during the day and 11-13 °C at night, and ending in November with average temperatures of 22-23 °C during the day and 12-14 °C at night, although in the remaining four months temperatures sometimes exceed 20 °C.