Navigator Consulting is pleased to announce it has consulted on the sale of The Yellow House, a historic mansion in Limassol, Cyprus, dating to 1875. The property was purchased by a cultural foundation, and will be renovated into a modern cultural and events centre.
Nicosia, Cyprus: 12 February 2021
Located across from the Ayia Napa Cathedral, The Yellow House dates to 1875. It was designed by Zacharias Vondas, a Greek architect who designed many Limassol landmarks at the time.
The building was constructed in 1917 with a distinctive triangular shape. The architecture features elements of French baroque and European eclecticism.
The building originally served as a residence. In 1960, it was converted to office space for the Limassol Water Board. It became known as The Yellow House due to a café / restaurant which used to operate there in the 1960s.
The building is in clear need of structural renovation, as can be seen from the photographs. As a listed building, it qualifies for renovation support provided by the Government of Cyprus for heritage buildings.
The new owner is committed to a full renovation, ensuring that this architectural gem lives on into the future.
We are honoured to have consulted on the transaction.