- Buyer’s Guide
This is exactly what the local market has been crying out for cool modern sea front apartments with blow away sea views and Luxury Property Turkey are over the moon to present these to Bodrum lovers.
Natural light floods in through the floor-to-ceiling windows, the open-plan living space in a soft glow and inviting you to rise with the sun. To get a little closer to the elements, slide open the glass doors and step out onto a sheltered balcony, located on the south of Bodrum’s peninsula in Kadikalesi with 2km of sandy beach laid out in front.
The project by a leading local developer will be delivered in September 2022 with a convenient taylor made payment plan available consisting of 1 and 2 bedroom apartments a 2 and 3 bedroom villa options with a large shared swimming pool, there are 2 parking spaces per unit, high ceilings and modern touches throughout, viewing is highly recommended.
Please contact the sales team at Luxury Property Turkey for further details.
Kadikalesi translates to Judge’s Castle, and is named after the residence of the local area Judge in ancient time. The remains of the building as still visible on the hillside above the town.
Most all of the other villages in this area have become quite developed towns but Kadikalesi retains its small-village ambience, with a wysteria-bedecked mosque, old eucalyptus trees, a short and simple main street leading to the beach, and some shops, café-bars and restaurants. Several small terraces and plazas are set with restaurant tables for sunny summer sitting and sipping, or evening meals in the open air In fact is a village much akin to the sort of village one found all over the Bodrum Peninsula decades ago.
Kadikalesi is well known for its lovely sandy beach areas and the home is within walking distance to the beach. Kadikalesi has great views over Kalimnos Greek Island and is ideal for those who enjoy sailing.
With Turgutreis being just minutes away, you could easily keep your boat in Turgutreis Marina which I just 5 minutes by car away meaning that you could spend the afternoons sailing towards the Greek islands or exploring the Aegean Sea, all in time to come home and enjoy a nice evening back in an authentic Turkish village.