2.5 Donum Fasil 96 Land

£175,000 Asking Price
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2.5 Donum Fasil 96 Land

Geçitkale, Famagusta
Ref: 18199667
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Property Summary

North Cove are pleased to welcome to the market this 2.5 donum plot of Fasil 96 land. With electric and water infrastructure in place and only 35 minutes to Ercan International Airport and 25 minutes to Famagusta centre, this prime land is ideal for building hotels, restaurants, cafes or anything you would like, due to the versatility of the land. Already parcelled into 6 different plots, with metric deeds provided for each, this land is an opportunity not to be missed.

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About the area:
Famagusta, also referred to as Magosa, Magusa or Gazimagusa , is situated on the south east coast of Northern Cyprus, is a place where you can really feel the magic of Cyprus’ colourful past; so much so that when you visit you feel as if you can almost reach out and touch the island’s rich history.

It is now the second largest city in North Cyprus and boasts the largest port which trades internationally in the export of Turkish Cypriot produce. It is also used for the importation of various goods such as cars and electrical items. The city’s modern road network makes it easily accessible from other major towns and cities on the island.

It has been said that parts of Famagusta is a city where time has stood still due to the area of Maras (pronounced Marash), also known as Varosha. This is the part of the city often referred to as the Ghost City, it’s an area of sandy beach where derelict and decaying hotels now stand, highlighting the architecture and grandiose buildings that once were, fenced off in a no man’s land which divides the north from the south of the island. Today, the site is very popular with visitors, who are again making their way to the fascinating city of Famagusta to see its historical buildings, Venetian city walls, Othello’s Tower, ruined buildings, mosques and museums.

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