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Limassol Marina's Luxury Homes Selling Fast

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Limassol Marina has revealed that there are few luxury homes remaining at the Mediterranean’s most exciting destination and is offering buyers’ their last opportunity to experience the glamorous lifestyle that comes from living on the sea. The sales success story for the first superyacht marina in Cyprus is astounding and as a testament to the strength of the yachting property market and the marina’s exclusive backdrop, properties have sold to over 30 nationalities.

The appeal of the development is threefold, with buyers drawn to the scheme by the quality of property on offer, the strength of the yachting facilities and the buzzy luxury lifestyle offered by the marina. The remaining Castle Residences and newly completed Island Villas illustrate the appeal of this unique offering in high-end luxury property that benefits from both a city and seafront lifestyle with 360-degree sea, marina and city views.

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Each Island Villa includes either its own exclusive water-space or designated private berth attached to the individual property, offering stunning views and mooring for yachts of up to 60m. These villas have been designed to offer the pinnacle of waterside living and set right on the seafront are now ready for residents to move in. This concept has appeared to entice buyers with 80% of the total number of villas sold and only 15 now remaining.

The spacious apartments at Castle Residences, the only residential units in the Mediterranean to be completely surrounded by water, are accessed by a private bridge and still manage to emulate an urban feel. Unique uninterrupted views of the superyacht marina, the sea and the coastal city of Limassol, set these exclusive homes apart from all other properties in Cyprus. With a sandy beach just steps away from each home only a final cluster of these luxury apartments now remain, with 40% sold or reserved. Round-the-clock concierge services, security and property management compliment this extremely unique offering which is set to complete in 2020.Limassol 2

Since launching in July 2010, Limassol Marina has been ahead of the curve and met the increasing demand for luxury waterside residences through the creation of a new yachting hotspot that caters to the wish lists of high net worth individuals. The marina was the first in the country to offer stopovers for superyachts benefiting both second-home owners and permanent residents after it opened to the public in 2014.

Epitomising the essence of ‘living on the sea’, a mere stroll from the city centre, the villas are also just metres away from the beach, and the development’s dining, shopping, fitness, leisure and cultural facilities. Brands such as Graff, Ralph Lauren and Zilli are testament to the development’s credentials as a key European destination for superyacht owners.

Prices for villas with private berth(s) start from €2,9 million and Castle Residences apartments, surrounded by water, start from €1,7 million complete facilities such as property management, concierge and rental services.

For more information on villas and apartments at Limassol Marina or to arrange a private viewing, please visit limassolmarina.com or call +357 25 020 020.


About Limassol Marina Ltd

The company bringing this prestigious project to fruition is Limassol Marina Ltd, a group of developers, construction companies and investors, whose specialist knowledge and proven experience guarantee the lasting success of Limassol Marina. The shareholders of Limassol Marina Ltd are: Joannou & Paraskevaides Ltd, J&P – Avax S.A., Francoudi & Stephanou Ltd, Cybarco Limited, LMDC Services Ltd, Athena S.A. and CADS Holdings Ltd.

Limassol Marina is operated and managed by Camper & Nicholsons Marinas in partnership with Francoudi & Stephanou Marinas, combining the internationally renowned Camper & Nicholsons' excellence in services and facilities with the best of local expertise.

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