This ground breaking new development in the Tomb of the Kings area is situated just a short stroll to Tomb of The Kings Road where all main amenities, bars and restaurants can be found. The complex is intimately designed with character throughout and all apartments benefit from the wonderfully designed semi-circular pool area which is decorated by palm trees, rockery and wooden bridges with stainless steel balustrades. Other high quality specifications include, controlled and secure entrance to Underground car parking, door entry systems, elevator to all floors, marble staircases/landings and communal changing rooms and showers to name just a few.The ApartmentThe apartment itself is spacious and modern in its design and has been tastefully furnished throughout with all fittings being of the highest quality. The apartment has been equipped as a home and all the little extras make a big difference. On entering this ground floor apartment, you pass the fully equipped kitchen to your right and move into the main living areas. The kitchens fitted units are accompanied by matching work surfaces, tiled splash backs and stainless steel handles. Appliances include fridge/freezer, washing machine, oven, hob and hood and microwave.From the kitchen you enter the spacious and open plan lounge/dining area. The dining table seats 4, as does the lounge which has very comfortable leather sofas. The lounge has further benefit of TV with satellite and DVD for entertainment.Access from the lounge can be gained through full width patio doors to a generously sized terrace which in turn leads out to the tropical pool area. The south facing terrace features a table and chairs to seat 4 as well as 4 sun loungers for further relaxation, and overlooks the pool areaand Mediterranean Sea in the distance. Shade can be gained as required making the area being the perfect place for alfresco dining, relaxing, socialising and generally soaking up the warm Cyprus sunshine.The property has 2 double sized bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobes. The master bedroom has a large double bed and en-suite facilities that includes large cubicle with shower, WC and w/h basin. The second bedroom has 2 single sized beds and close access to the central shower room. Between the 2 bedrooms is the aforementioned luxurious and fully tiled shower room with shower, tray, WC and w/h basin.The property is fully air-conditioned with ceiling fans having been fitted throughout. Electric central heating allows winter bookings. Shutters and fly screens are present on all windows, assisting privacy, security and keeping the apartment dark and cool as required. An electronic safe has been fitted for safekeeping of valuables. A supply of fresh drinking water is supplied to the apartment and the water is heated by solar panels.Tomb of the Kings Area and PaphosThis ideally situated holiday apartment is set in an enviable position, just off one of the main thoroughfares in Kato Paphos. It is within easy walking distance of the essential amenities at Tomb of The Kings Road and the seafront, as well as being only a 10 minute walk to the famous Old Town of Paphos where you will find the municipal markets as well as a large selection of shops, cafes restaurants and other points of interest. Although many great eateries are within walking distance, there is a small Taverna/Bar called Apanemo just outside the development where you will receive a warm welcome from the owner. Paphos combines ancient history with a cosmopolitan, modern tourist resort. The area by the coast is known as Kato Paphos and boasts a pretty little harbour and plenty of open air cafes and bars. Further inland is the aforementioned old town of Paphos, known by the locals as Ktima. With its narrow streets, hustle and bustle, covered market and typically Cypriot atmosphere, it is well worth a visit. As a consequence, Paphos is on UNESCOs World Cultural Heritage list. Cyprus is famous as the birth place of the goddess Aphrodite, Venus in Roman mythology. She is known as the Ancient Greek goddess of love and beauty. Legend says that she emerged from the sea at Aphrodite's Rock in a surge of sea foam.