Gorgeous Fully Renovated 3-story Cappadocian Cave Home/Dwelling located in the famous small village of Mustafapasa (once known as the ancient Thriving Greek village of Sinasos “City of the Sun” only a 5 minute drive from Ürgüp – Home of the wild Cappadocian Horses) A tastefully renovated 123 meters square 9 room home with historical origins, which include 3 bedrooms, multiple living areas, Extra large modern Kitchen, 2 Bathrooms with a huge cultivated 80 sq meter garden enclosed with tall lighted Cappadocian stone privacy walls. Kitchen is equipped with all brand new appliances. Also home is equipped with a brand new hot water heater, brand new Daikin 2 head ductless heating and air conditioner system (5 star- A+++ energy efficient) 2 bathrooms, wood burning fireplace and a large roof terrace with a spectacular Mountain View overlooking a brand new thermal springs Cave Hotel offering the buyer a very special lifestyle in a beautiful and super friendly small village. Cappadocia Vocational College is also located in Mustafapasa. Mustafapasa lies in a unique geographical region blending the eloquence of small village living Rich with Cappadocian Culture, Tourism, Ancient Fairy Chimneys, and our Famous Hot Air Balloon Trips all at your fingertips.
Noteworthy information for the new owner: In the event the buyer would like to build additional spaces, there is Municipality permission to build on 90% of the garden area as well as closing in the large rooftop terrace.
For those buyers interested in investment potentials:
*Upon special request there is also a possibility to purchase (at a complete extra cost) an adjacent buildable empty property lot approximately 30 sq meters in size.
*This lot is not included with the sale of this home, but can be a possible option upon the special request of serious buyer.
The secret of Cappadocia is hidden with the geographical formations dating back to 60 million years. The smooth layers formed by the lava and ashes spewed out from the Mount Erciyes, Mount Hasan and Mount Gulludag has become rocky formations first and then corroded with the rain and wind for million years and finally showed up today’s geographic formations. Cappadocia has also been home to many civilizations since the stone age throughout history. Using the advantage of this structure of the region, many rock-cut settlements, houses, monasteries, churches, chapels and underground cities were built. This is how most of the fairy chimneys are located inside.
Today’s formations in the region that can easily be carved, so called fairy chimneys by locals, allow the inhabitants make rock-cut cave houses and underground cities and has become a real shelter during the repressive eras.
All these were built in an invisible way to hide the people living here during the period, especially from the pressure, persecution and invasion of the Roman Empire and became the living space of hundred thousands of people.
Cappadocia is situated in the middle of Turkey, in central Antolia. The region is mostly known by the three popular towns of Goreme, Urgup and Uchisar but actually it is the name of the very big region spread through the cities of Nevsehir, Kirsehir, Nigde, Aksaray and Kayseri.
So we can say that Cappadocia can be considered as “Five Cities, One Cappadocia”…
Cappadocia is situated about 3 hours’ drive from capital Ankara. There is an airport in Gulsehir town, the Cappadocia Airport, and there are flights to Cappadocia Airport from Istanbul and Antalya.