Property ID : 1712
78.000 £Ground Floor Apartment
This very attractive 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom ground floor apartment, has superb lake views and a lovely private garden. Located in the popular resort of Adabuku, Bodrum, the apartment overlooks one of the communal swimming pools and is a few minutes walk away from the on site restaurant and other site fascilities.
Entrance from the main front door leads to the open plan spacious living/dining area and out onto the balcony through double patio doors. The kitchen is off set and has fitted units, oven and hob, dishwasher and fridge freezer. Just off the hallway is the family bathroom with bath tub/shower, toilet and sink. The master bedroom has an ensuite bathroom with shower, and a private rear balcony. The second bedroom is also bright and spacious. The larger front balcony has table and chairs to enable you to enjoy the lake views or indulge in some alfresco dining.
Offered for sale fully furnished and equipped, viewing is highly recommended!
The apartment forms part of the Turquoise Resort in the area of Tuzla Lake on the Bodrum Peninsula.
Turquoise Resort has an abundance of onsite facilities to keep the whole family entertained. The apartment is located close to one of the quiet pools. There is also a Main Pool area with Restaurant/bar and Spa. A free shuttle service is available to the beach area shared with the sister resorts of Flamingo and Royal Heights.
Distance to Bodrum Town: 22 km
Distance to Airport: 8 km
Situated close to Tuzla Lake and Vita Park Golf Resort, this area is renowned for the pink flamingos and other migratory birds which nest here. In the nearby villages of Bogazici and Guvercinlik you can enjoy the water side restaurants and daily boat trips. The area also has several beach clubs, restaurants, shops and a supermarket.
Tuzla itself covers an area of 380 hectares and is famous for its pine forests and Tuzla Lake which is a protected nature reserve for migrating birdlife. Common visitors include Pelicans, Great and Little Egrets, and Pink Flamingos which flock to the area by the thousands.