Wonderful Residential Villas With Lovely Concept
- Air Conditioning
- Car Park
- Central heating
- full sea view
- Green Areas
- near hospital
- near shoppingMall
- Play ground
- Swimming Pool
- Swimming Pool for Kids
- TV Cable
In the project, which consists of 8 detached villas on a total area of 10,060 m³, each independent section was built on a land share of 1,167 m²
Each villa is planned as a single floor and has a 120 m² interior area and a total of 217 m² usage area including the terraces. There are 2 separate rooms and a 75 m² separate entrance basement floor area to be used separately for a guest house or outbuilding.
The villas have a usage area of approximately 300 m² together with the outbuildings. Ground floor 3 bedrooms, one with en-suite bathroom, living room and shared bathroom; It consists of 2 en-suite rooms and a technical room on the basement floor. While the glasses block the heat from the windows in the summer, they protect the heat in the winter. An automatic shutter system will be applied to the outside of the joinery. The kitchens are designed as lacquered American kitchens. oven, extractor fan and 2-door refrigerator are located in the kitchen. The interior doors of the villa are lacquered.
* Suitable for Citizenship
* Ready to Move
Located on 10,000 m2 area
5+1 Bedroom Options
Indoor Swimming Pool
Children Swimming Pool
Outdoor Swimming Pool
Parent Dressing Room
|Rooms||Min m2||Max. m2||Min. Price||Max. Price|
|5+1||210 m2||210m2||1.375.000 $||1.705.000 $|
5 Minutes to City center
15 Minutes to Highway
35 Minutes to Bodrum International Airport
Wonderful Residential Villas With Lovely Concept
There are no civilian airports located in the district’s borders and Milas–Bodrum Airport and Kos Island International Airport are the main airports that serve the city. Milas–Bodrum Airport is located 36 kilometres (22 mi) northeast of Bodrum, with both domestic and international flights. Kos Island International Airport, 70 kilometres (43 mi) to the SW, located in Andimachia, Greece, accessible by boats from Bodrum across a 20 kilometres (12 mi) stretch of the Aegean Sea. Aside from year-round flights to Greek destinations, Kos airport’s traffic is seasonal.
Built in 1987, Bodrum-Imsik Airport once served the city before its closure to commercial flights in the late 90’s. Due to financial and legal problems caused by a landownership dispute, the airport was sold to Presidency of Defense Industries in 1997. It is currently being operated as an air base.
The main bus station of Bodrum district used to be located in the city center, but this has changed in 2021 when it was moved to a newly-built facility in Torba, around 6 km away from the town to ease traffic jams in the city center during the high season. The old bus station still has the interdistict buses, but intercity bus services to other locations in Turkey were redirected to the new station. The new stationis powered by solar power, and contains 6 electric car charging units, which was described to be a first for a bus terminal in Turkey by the Muğla Mayor Osman Gürün.
Most of the public transportation in the city is based on local shared taxis called “dolmuş“. Each of these privately owned minibuses displays their particular route on signboards behind the windscreens. The word derives from the Turkish for “full” or “stuffed”, as these shared taxis depart from the terminal only when a sufficient number of passengers have boarded. Apart from these minibuses Muğla Municipality also has a scheduled bus service program between towns on the Bodrum peninsula. Public transportation between major towns such as Gümbet, Bitez, Turgutreis and the main bus station is non-stop.
The port has ferries to other nearby Turkish and Greek ports and islands. Bodrum has three large marinas and cruise berths. The first marina, Milta, is located in the center of Bodrum. The second marina is located in Turgutreis, and the third, Palmarina, in Yalikavak.
Maquis shrubland biome, which is the typical vegetation of the Mediterranean climate, is widespread in Bodrum, especially near the coast. Forests cover 61.3% of the district. Conifers such as pines, larches, stone pines, cedars and junipers are the dominant trees in the region. Forested areas are prone to fires and wildfires are common in the district’s history. 95% of forest fires in Turkey are believed to be caused by human activities and there are concerns that forests are deliberately being set on fire to enlarge the city. The ruling party AKP has been criticized in the media for giving building permits to construct new hotels on burnt and deforested areas.
Wild boars and foxes are prevalent in the area, as are other animals such as pygmy cormorants, Dalmatian pelicans and lesser kestrels. The region is also home to the endangered and internationally protected Mediterranean monk seal.
- ID: 20179
- Published: September 24, 2022
- Last Update: September 25, 2022
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