Located nearby the Boheme and artisan village of Gümüşlük this property is located is one of the best maintained sites around the peninsula.
The site offers three common pools, a private restaurant and great neighbors.
The house is three bedrooms all of them are en-suite, a huge terrace area with some of the best sunset views of the peninsula. It is a one and a half story home with minimal stair usage. A huge terrace sits in front of the property that is separated for dining late afternoon sunset drinks and for sun tanning during the day.
This minimally furnished home ticks all of the boxes for a family who wants to have some visitors during summer. The compound is well maintained and is active during winter time as well thus making this property a year-round livable space.
Offering two kitchens one inside one outside this home really ticks all of the boxes for summer living as you could easily entertain up to 50 people on your terrace should you wish to.
With only outside entrance there’s a huge storage space that can easily be turned into a home gym or a home office space.
As Luxury Property Turkey was super proud to have this listing and recommend for you to see it on your next visit to Bodrum.
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.