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Kinousa is a tiny village of under sixty households

In fact, until about the end of 2009, barely anyone had ever heard of this tiny community, despite Kinousa's spectacularly scenic location in the Troodos foothills east of Polis.

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But now, Kinousa Village is attracting attention from potential investors.

 
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Driving into Kinousa village along the serpentine road snaking its way into the Troodos foothills from the coast, one is immediately struck by two simple facts. The first is that this is one of the most scenically spectacular villages in this part of Cyprus; the second is that calling the little community ‘sleepy’ would be a gross understatement.

Consisting of barely sixty households, the minuscule church of St Mary and just a single coffee-shop, Kinousa is positively comatose. And yet, if one pays attention, the first stirrings of a rather active future life can be seen not only in the village itself, but on the way there from the northern coast, and on the hillsides below.

 

The Church of St Mary at Kinousa village

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Kinousa is experiencing some unusual improvements to its telecommunications access

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Having paid a visit to Kinousa during the early part of September 2010 while inspecting the region between Polis and Argaka, one of our teams took note of the fact that Cyta, the Cyprus Telecommunications Authority, was digging up the main road into the village, preparatory to laying the fibre-optic cables necessary to provide it with broadband Internet access. At first glance there is nothing unusual about this; anyone living in the Republic of Cyprus is quite used to seeing Cyta tear up roads and lay cables.

What makes these road-works so peculiar is that Kinousa is rather too small to warrant the effort and expense of providing it with high-speed Internet access. Indeed, there are villages in the Troodos Mountains north of Limassol, which are three times larger than Kinousa and closer to a main population centre, but have yet to be put on the Cyta schedule for this sort of telecom upgrade.

The village too, is showing signs of major changes being in store. Access is being improved, the village is getting beautified, and even the coffee-shop is being expanded. There can be no doubt that a serious amount of money is being spent on improving this particular locality. But why; what makes Kinousa stand out from a veritable gaggle of similar villages across Cyprus?

The answer immediately becomes obvious once one takes into account the massive earthworks which can be seen from the village’s western slopes. For here, on the site of a disused copper mine, the spectacular Limni Golf Resort is being constructed. With a pair of signature courses by golfing legends Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player, this is easily the most eagerly anticipated development of its kind in Cyprus.

 

Earthworks at the plateau on which Limni Golf Resort's 'Hills' course will be built

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"Kinousa village enjoys unrivalled panoramic views of the Gary Player signature course at Limni Golf Resort."

It is for this reason, rather than its picturesque setting or traditional charm, that the village is attracting the attentions of a growing number of golfing aficionados and overseas real estate investors. However, Kinousa is not, nor will it ever be, a mainstream property buying destination, not only due to its secluded hillside location, but also the local determination to retain its traditional atmosphere.

Despite its intimate proximity to Limni, there are no plans afoot for the construction of unsightly apartment complexes or tightly squeezed housing developments. Instead, Kinousa is home to a small selection of generously proportioned building plots overlooking Gary Player’s signature Links; it is set to become a highly exclusive little golfing community in its own right.

If you are contemplating a property investment in the Limni region, you could do a lot worse than finding out what’s available around Kinousa village.

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During the past four years there has been an extraordinary amount of speculation and rumour with regards to Cyprus' new golf courses, due to be constructed by the end of 2015. This state of general misinformation has been exacerbated by the simple fact that the rules and regulations governing the construction of new courses have changed numerous times during this time.

But while much of the abounding talk of new golfing venues, such as the ill-fated Oroklini golf course, is just so much bluff and bluster, a handful of the projects are actually beginning to take shape now.

 

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