Lakatamia, a Nicosia suburb, has been a municipality on its own since 1986 and belongs to the district of Nicosia. It is a region that was developed at a height of 250 meters above sea level. Strovolos, Latsia, Egkomi, Tseri, Deutera, Agioi Trimithias, and Paliometochos are the municipalities that Lakatamia borders. It is thought that the name Lakatamia derives from the anagram of the word "alakatia," which was present in the region and used by the locals to draw water from the wells.
Lakatamia has also a Municipal Amphitheater, which can accommodate up to 2.000 people. What is more, painting exhibitions are held in Municipal Exhibition Hall – Gallery, which is right next to the Amphitheater. Along with these, there is also a stadium in Lakatamia which is used for athletic events and a pool is available for the general public to use. The suburb has a number of schools operating, and gives emphasis on culture as there is a choir, a philharmonic, a folklore and photography club as well as a library, operating too.
It is a relatively quiet and peaceful area, with a number of local amenities including shops, restaurants, and cafeterias. Lakatamia is also known for its wide, tree-lined streets and its many parks and green spaces. The lake of Maglis is another noteworthy feature of Lakatamia, which is located next to Pediaos and the linear park of Nicosia.
The real estate of Lakatamia is a mix of older, traditional houses and newer, modern developments, such as houses and apartments. The suburb has a range of properties available to suit different preferences. Lakatamia is a desirable location and there is high demand for real estate investments in the area. Find the idea property for you on our listing with 229 properties available for sale in Lakatamia.