For Sale $588,612 $ - Residential, Villa
4 Bedroom Detached Villa (DALYAN CENTER) for sale in Dalyan, Ortaca , Mugla, Turkey
Property Type: 4Beds; 3 Baths; Residential Villa
Area: 5381.96 Sqft.
View: Mountain Views
Price: Approx. $ 588, 612 USD (offers in the region, check with agent)
Location: Dalyan, Ortaca , Mugla, Turkey
DETACHED NEW BUILD VILLA set in a RURAL AREA just outside of DALYAN centre with MOUNTAIN VIEWS. The VILLA stands in a plot of land 5000 square meters. The front garden having LEMON TREES and other fruit trees. Spacious Villa with open plan LIVING/DINING area and fully fitted LUXURY KITCHEN. There are 4 BEDROOMS of which 3 have EN-SUITE BATHROOMS. Double glazed doors open from the living area onto a LARGE covered TERRACE which is ideal for outside dining. Beyond the terrace is a fantastic SWIMMING POOL complete with outdoor shower and plenty of room for sun beds and relaxing. There is a brick built BBQ and also there is outdoor bar/drinks area complete with sink and outdoor bathroom next to the pool. The gardens are VERY LARGE and there is a brick built wall around the gardens. The villa is an ideal family holiday home or a very good holiday rental.
Viewing is essential if you are looking for something different out of the town centre.
Dalyan is established in an environmentally protected area since 1989 in Turkey.
Dalyan is one of the few surviving places of paradise, an area of natural beauty and historical interest.
Unlike neighbouring resorts, Dalyan is a largely undeveloped, tranquil village offering a significant number of natural and historical attractions, as well as classic Turkish friendliness and hospitality.
Due to the fact that nearby Iztuzu beach is one of the world’s few remaining breeding grounds for Loggerhead (Caretta Caretta) turtles, an effort has been made to conserve the area’s astounding natural beauty.
The Dalyan town is set on the winding Dalyan River that flows between the Mediterranean Sea and Lake Koycegiz, and on the other side of the river are the ruins of the ancient city of Caunos, dating back to the 3rd century.
A must is a boat trip to the 2.5-mile (4km) beach (about a 40-minute journey) that transports visitors through tall reeds, to 2,300-year-old Lycian cliff tombs and Caunos, and finally to the large sandbar at the turtle beach.