- Buyer’s Guide
Two hundred meters of prime Bodrum sea front is just steps away, this Iconic stone villa is set within a private garden of 1,300M2 and is one of eight exclusive villas set within exclusive gated grounds, each of the eight villas have a lot of privacy with mature gardens, this particular villa commands a great position within the grounds, strolling to the longest private beach front in Hebil Koy Turkbuku you walk through beautiful gardens to the sea front reaching the beach and a fantastic jetty and beach front bar all for only eight unique villas, the grounds also have a social house and tennis courts.
The villa itself has fantastic sea views across lush grounds, the property consists of 500m2 built by a renowned architect out of a unique stone, the main living area is open plan and bright via a large grand entrance with high ceilings, the kitchen is open plan in a well defined corner the dining area and living areas have large patio doors that let in lots of natural light and open out on to a large terrace, the first floor consists of two master bedrooms with dress rooms and en suite bathrooms, on the lower level there are two double bedrooms one has an en-suite bathroom in addition there is a family bathroom, a kitchen a utility room and a large open plan games room that could be used as a home office an additional lounge or general hobby room.
Outside of the main building there is self contained maids quarters, in a corner of the garden stairs lead down to a hidden wine cellar, the property has a backup generator and a private supply of water in addition to the mains.
This is one of Bodrum’s most exclusive communities and rare to find one on the market.
Bodrum is one of the most vibrant tourist towns in Turkey the major town on the Bodrum Peninsula.
Bodrum is the site of the ancient city of Halikarnassus, famous for the Mausoleum of Halikarnassus (built after 353 BCE) , and one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. A major attraction now and the most prominent landmark in the city is Bodrum Castle built in from 1402 by the Knights Hospitaller, during the Crusades.
A market town and fishing village until the 1960’s , Bodrum began its evolution into the modern Bodrum we know today, when the Turkish intellectual and cultural elite began to settle in the town.
Bodrum has since developed as a sailing destination with a very large Marina adjacent to the Castle and is has fast become a favourite destination for visitors who enjoy the unique combination of the ancient past and modern western culture. As you would expect there are many shops and restaurants along and behind the sea front. It’s a youthful city too and includes the famous Halikarnas night club, with a capacity for 4000 famous for outdoor foam parties!
Not far from the centre are large international retail stores which provide a huge selection of everything you need to buy to equip a run a home.
A major attraction for the well healed is the Bodrum Marina and the Yacht Club. Here are many luxury shops, catering for the wealthy including visitors who have moored their boats in the Marina. Upscale supermarkets with fine wines, exclusive olive oils, designer clothing and furnishings can all be found within a stones throw of the Marina. And this is the area where some of the Peninsula’s finest restaurants are to be found too. This area of Bodrum has an atmosphere that would not be out of place in some of the world famous marinas around the world which you may find in Florida, California, Southern France, Italy or Spain.
Only 15km km from Bodrum, and close to Turkbuku, Hebilkoy is a quiet village but also close to all the attractions of Bodrum. Very highly sought after by knowledgeable locals with an intimate, bay with clear blue sea and very calm. Perfect for and swimming snorkelling. Hebilkoy is a very pretty, scenic place and you can witness spectacular sunsets from the area.