There is a mixture of both old traditional styled and new villas for sale here with a noticable 36 sales been made, Apartments in Argaka are selling between 50,000 Euros and go up to 110,000 Euros while detached villas are selling between 200,000 Euros and 500,000 Euros (half a million). However usually this villas either have beautiful sea views or are located in a large piece of land.
Argaka can be characterized as a relatively sparsely structured one village due to the stream that crosses it (known as the River of Argaka), of the slope upon which it is built, and of the road through which it connects with the new settlement by the sea. What stands out is on the coastal alluvial plain, one or two marine terraces, and a slope that steadily ascends to 500 meters. Several streams flow down from the slope toward the sea, indeed with a relatively large one flowing next to the village. The river of Makounta, upon which the Argaka dam was constructed, is located southeast of the village.
An interesting fact about Argaka is that the refugees from Karpasia, which settled in neighboring villages and recently cultivated tobacco, contributed to its spreading in this village. The hot climate of Argaka helps the growing of some semi-tropical plants such as the Indian fig, the loquat, etc. Making it an ideal location to invest in agricultural land for cultivating purposes, as well as owning a home in one of the most beautiful parts of Cyprus.
In the village you will find a couple of small supermarkets, a church, a school and a coffee shop for the locals, but not really anything like a village square.
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