Property ID : 1617
Detached Villa with large garden, sea views, private swimming pool / jacuzzi.
This spacious villa is located between the 2 coastal resorts of Yalikavak and Gumusluk on the Bodrum Peninsula. It has both the privacy of a stand alone property and the security of being within a gated complex. The complex has 2 communal swimming pools and an on-site restaurant/bar.
On the ground floor you will find a spacious open plan living & dining area, fitted kitchen, walk-in pantry, under stairs utility area and a full size shower room.
Upstairs is the master bedroom with dressing room and en-suite shower room. 2 Further double bedrooms and a bathroom. All bedrooms have fitted wardrobes, air-conditioning and access to the full width balcony. A perfect place to sit with an early morning coffee or an evening glass of wine watching the amazing sunset.
The plot is a generous 912m2. The garden to the side and rear of the property is lawned. The front is landscaped with white pebbles, mature planting, patio/seating areas, a jacuzzi, a brick-built BBQ and a lovely private swimming pool.
There are lovely views of the Aegean Sea from all areas.
Distance to Bodrum Town: 18 km
Distance to Airport: 53 km
The overland journey from Bodrum to Yalikavak provides you with some of the most spectacular scenery on the peninsula. Slowly climbing through fertile valleys, the road then tops at the mountain range running down the peninsula, at this point providing panoramic views of the North and South coasts before descending to the seaide village of Yalikavak.
Most of the archaeological remains are either unexcavated or are ruins. It is suggested that the ancient city of Yalikavak was situated on the top of one of the hills. Few tombstones and city walls still bear witness to the history of the town.
The once sleepy fishing village of Yalikavak has now become one of, if not, the most elite areas on the Bodrum Peninsula. The cobbled streets of the old town still retains its charm and culture and offers a variety of restaurants, cafe bars and traditional Gullet cruises. If you enjoy eating fresh fish then you will be at home here as there are many renowned fish restaurants dotted along the water’s edge. In stark contrast, the new Palmarina is home to luxury yachts of some of the world’s rich and famous. It has trendy bars, designer boutiques and first class restaurants and has quickly become the place to be seen in Bodrum.
New developments dotted around the sweeping coastline offer peace and quite and great views whilst being easily accessible from the main town.
Distance to Bodrum Town: 20 km
Distance to Airport: 55 km
Gumusluk, meaning ‘of silver’ is the harbour of ancient Myndos and is one of the oldest settlements on the peninsula. This area is steeped in history and rich in archaeology both on land and underwater. Bring your snorkel because there is so much to see just below the water where parts of the historic city subsided. The centre – a small fishing village – has kept its charm thanks to strictly enforced buiding prohibitions. This photogenic small waterfront is home to about a dozen fish restaurants and just a few craft shops and is an ideal spot for a bit of peace and quiet. The only noise is the gentle lapping of the sea on the shoreline. From here you can walk across the sunken causeway to Rabbit Island.
There are old and new developments outside the village, spreading several kilometers along the coastline. It is becoming popular with Europeans, buying their own little piece of Turkey. The area is not over-developed and provides some of the most scenic views on the peninsula.