- Buyer’s Guide
Luxury Property Turkey after selling successfully on phase 1 have been waiting to bring to the Bodrum real estate market phase 2 of these elegant eco inspired Mediterranean villas designed with consideration of the environment set in the heart of Gumusluk, Bodrum.
Each of these 6 beautiful single storey villas will sit on a generous land plot of 1,700M2 ensuing maximum privacy and the chance to get close to the lush natural landscape and nature. The luxurious villas will be delivered by May 2022 by a developer with a strong local record where we can showcase his accomplishments each home will consist of 3 bedrooms, a master en-suite bathroom, family bathroom and a guest WC, features include high ceilings, local stone, hardwood and natural stone flooring combined with under floor heating, centralized cooling, a fire place and generally exquisite finishes throughout.
French doors open to an enclosed piazza that overlooks a beautiful Mediterranean landscaped garden with a generous private swimming pool.
Luxury homes are often criticized for being ostentatious, wasteful, and having too large of a carbon footprint, this is certainly not the case with these delightful villas 4 of the 6 villas have already been taken to receive further details on the reaming 2 please contact the sales team at Luxury Property Turkey.
Because of this, Gumusluk is protected against developments, which means it has not been over developed.
Today Gumusluk retains a small-scale, relaxed and magical atmosphere thanks to strictly enforced building prohibitions, designed to protect the ancient site. Gumusluk is the perfect antidote for modern-day living, it’s a great place to unwind in an idyllic setting. Bars & Restaurants are also forbidden from playing music too loud!
The wonderful shelter of the bay provides a natural harbour for yachts and local fishing boats, and the waterfront restaurants enjoy a reputation for excellent fresh fish amongst the Turks as far away as Istanbul. Gumusluk is famed amongst many famous Turkish actors, artists and musicians who frequent the bay during the summer months.
Rabbit Island, famous for its rabbits scurrying around, offers a magnificent panorama of the bay, and separates the two well-sheltered bays of Gumusluk. It is easily accessible by a partially sunken causeway.