Droushia Stone Villa No.3

Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Plot Size: 545 m²
Living Area: 150 m²
Terrace: 75 m²
Parking: Private Covered
Heating: Fire place and Provision for Central Heating
Built in: 2015
August 7, 2015


A detached 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom stone built villa in Droushia Village, built with traditional materials as near as possible to the stone houses used by the locals through the centuries. Stone walls, traditional wooden doors and windows, wooden roof rafters and a fire place are some of the inclusions. The project is within the Village and within walking distance from the village square. The 3 bedroom, two story villa offers comfortable
large bedrooms, kitchen, sitting areas in and out of the house and a covered garage. A large upstairs patio can sit a large number of guests to enjoy the magnificent sea views of the Akamas and Polis Bay.

Title Deeds: Available

Additional Pool: €20.000


Additional Features

  • Covered Garage
  • Mountain Views
  • Optional Swimming Pool
  • Provision for Air Condition
  • Sea Views
  • Terrace


Description of The village

The village of Droushia is built on the high ground of the Laona plateau and has a population of around 400 people. It is 27kms from Paphos and only 10km from Polis.

This is a very typical Cypriot village with many old stone houses bearing traditional architecture of carved
doors and windows of wood. The narrow, winding streets add to the character of the village along with the
renovated village houses.There are two coffee shops that cater to the needs of the village, as well as two small
supermarkets/kiosks. There are some very good tavernas in Droushia and two supermarkets. Once you’ve had
a meze for lunch, why not visit the tiny weaving museum near the centre of the village?

Explore the ancient monastery of Agios Georgios Nikoxilitis on the eastern side of Droushia. This monastery
is thought to have been built in the 15th century and was rebuilt in 1923 after it was destroyed by fire. From
Droushia the views are stunning – you can see all the way across to the Troodos mountains and, looking north
you can see Chrysochou Bay and the seaside towns of Latchi and Polis. Looking west, there are stunning views of the Akamas Peninsula with many huge landforms scattered in between. If it’s a typical traditional Cypriot village you’re after, with an excellent climate, then Droushia will be perfect for your stone-built home.