Situated Famagusta northern Cyprus, built in the 16th century this beautiful classic residential home with two-floor building is a combination of Venetian/Ottoman architecture.
Painstakingly restored over the past 20 years with extension to this house has been built using the original Ottoman stones and natural features
The small courtyard entrance leads to Gothic arch doorway which leads into the main hall with its original arches to the open kitchen dining area a toilet and adjustant washing machine area.
Ceiling made of wooden beams and thatching features.
The Stone staircase leads to the 2nd floor lobby which has huge glass windows with wooden frame.
Pouring light through fantastic view of the harbor and historical landmarks cathedrals in the background.
Ajustant are to the lobby 3 bedroom and a bathroom with beautiful windows and wooden shutters, each allowing Sunlight to pour in.
Surrounded by Numerous historical landmarks dating back to the 1192 when famagusta become a fully fledged town, Like Lala Mustafa Pasha mosque a 2 minute walk away and name Kemal Dungeon literally down the way.
Just to name a few on the Numerous historically rich landmarks surrounding the beautiful House.
Kitchen killer 6.41
Main hall & sitting room 27.13
Ground floor toilet 2.26
Washing machine area 2.71
Outside garden 37.34
1st bedroom 11.90
2nd bedroom 22.21
3rd bedroom 19.90
Second floor lobby area 30.70
Second floor bathroom 7.35
A little bit of history on Famagusta and the amazing historical monuments surrounding the House –
Famagusta is situated in Northern Cyprus, and surrounded by a medieval fortress.
Leonardo da Vinci advised on the construction of the majestic fortress walls.
All this reinforcement helped Famagusta to survive, and it remains today as a modern day port.
In the 16th century this beautiful classic residential two-floor building is a combination of Venetian/Ottoman architecture.
The house has been painstakingly restored over the past 19 years, and an extension has been added using original Ottoman stones and features.
This beautiful house is close to numerous historical landmarks, some dating back to 1192, when Famagusta become a fully -fledged town.
Just to name a few, the Lala Mustafa Pasha mosque is just a 2-minute walk away, the Namik Kemal Dungeon is nearby, and Othello's Tower, the most famous part of the town wall, is mentioned in the Shakespeare play as Othello's Castle.
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