- Updated On:
- April 21, 2021
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- 83.00 m2
Bedrooms: 2 / Bathroom: 1 / WC: 1 / Title Deeds / Village and Mountain outlook / Stone Courtyard / Covered Area: 83m2 / Plot: 60m2
Located in the picturesque Mountain village of Dora we are pleased to present this beautifully restored two bedroom, two storey village house. The discerning owners have spared no expense in making this delightful cottage into a truly relaxing space creating light and interest throughout.
You enter the private courtyard via a wooden double door where you can appreciate the attention to detail in the stone and woodwork used throughout. A large open plan living/dining and kitchen ensures that light travels through from the front windows. Heat in this area is provided by a wood burning stove ideal for those cooler, mountain evenings.
An interesting staircase takes you up to two double bedrooms each with their own fitted wardrobes and a delightful balcony from where you can survey your surroundings and the village across to the large church building and the mountain beyond.
All the latest building regulations have been complied with in this delightful space, with high ceilings and stone floors it is difficult to imagine a more in keeping restoration.
Whether you are in search of a weekend escape to the hills or just want to ‘live like a local’ and ‘escape to the country’ then this is the perfect spot for you.
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Dora village is located about 40 km northwest of the city of Limassol, in the region of the wine producing villages . It is located at 615m average altitude at the foot of Kordylas Mountain, between the rivers of Ha Potami and Diarizos.
The village has about 200 inhabitants, most of whom work in farming and agriculture. Dora has been well-known since the Middle Ages, but the likelihood is that it has been inhabited since ancient times judging by ancient location names and discoveries in the surrounding area.
It is delightful to walk down the picturesque streets with restored traditional stone-build houses and to taste traditional food and drink at the tavern and coffee shop located at the village’ s square. There are attractions in the surrounding area also, such as the Stone Watermill , The Aetopetra, the Stone of the Virgin, the old fountain, the Caves of Saint Andronikos and the impressive Tremithos.
It is worth mentioning the two churches of the village . Agia Marina with its peculiar decoration is the main church, but Panagia Fotolampousas is famed for many miracles.