Kensington Development Group is a leading property developer in North Cyprus offering an impressive portfolio of existing projects. These include Thalassa Beach Resort, Savyon Village, Karpasia by the Sea and Turtle Bay Village. More unique projects, also located in the most desirable parts of North Cyprus, are being planned. Our portfolio holds a total of around 3000 residential units of all types and sizes, providing our customers with an unparalleled choice of luxury villas and apartments. Equally important is our approach to design and quality. Kensington Development properties are distinguished by their innovative design, high functionality and extensive amenities.
They are all constructed using the highest quality materials and offer superb value for money. In addition to Quality and Value, Kensington Development also provides buyers with Security. Our Group is backed by considerable financial resources, giving all potential customers the reassurance that their investment is in safe and reliable hands. For all these reasons, Kensington Development Group is the first choice for property buyers in the UK, Europe and beyond. We employ a professional management company to maintain all the communal areas of our developments, swimming pools, beach, landscaping, play areas, security gate etc.
Our appointed maintenance company offers various levels of service to all owners. These range from key holding and paying electric bills, to regular cleaning and laundry. The concept of a self-sufficient project has proved itself over the years, with the apartments being in demand for both short and long term rentals, allowing visiting tourists to experience a calm family vacation and locals to live in a self-contained site. The company has invested up to now over 50 million dollars in developments in TRNC, from the private capital of the investors, and without bank credit. Kensington Development Group has today a wide range of apartments and villas completed and ready for sale, while continuing building and developing new projects.