Traditional style Fethiye property for sale in rural Kayakoy. A secluded 4 bedroom stone house close to Gemiler Beach. Ideal investment in Turkey.
Turkey Homes are delighted to offer this newly traditional property for sale in Fethiye, located in the beautiful ancient Greek village of Kayakoy to the south of the harbour town in the south-west of Turkey.
Kayakoy is a small village that is located in the hills above the town of Fethiye, a traditional farming village full of charm and surrounded by lush green mountains and acres of open green fields. One of the hillsides is the site of a much-visited museum, where the Greeks used to live in stone houses until they left the village in 1922, and since then the homes have been untouched along with the churches, school and shops that line the narrow cobbled streets.
Homes in Kayakoy are spread across the farmland, many mimicking the traditional style, though much more luxurious and often quite secluded with high walls for privacy, and some of the ancient homes that are scattered around the village have been sensitively refurbished back to their former glory and are highly sought after for holidays for people who love to feel the history and enjoy peaceful summer breaks away from their busy working lives, thus making property prices in Kayakoy quite high, compared to other Fethiye area.
This charming Fethiye property was newly built in 2015 and is located in the Kinali area of the village, just a short distance to the small village centre where you have a traditional tea house, a mosque, several restaurants, a fresh bakery, and several local shops for all the daily essentials.
Kinali is a lovely peaceful neighbourhood, where many of the village farmers live, and there are also several holiday homes in the area too, surrounded by stunning nature views and the lovely green mountains, with a handful of restaurants and a small local shop, an ideal area for a peaceful holiday retreat or for anyone looking to relocate to a traditional rural village.
The main road through Kayakoy is just a short walk away where you can hop on the local dolmus that runs every 30 minutes during the summer, and every hour in the winter months, you can head into the centre of Fethiye for the weekly shopping or a stroll along the harbour, or take the dolmus down to the stunning Gemiler beach, though only in the summer months.
Set back from the road this stunning stone built villa sits on a large private plot surrounded by a high stone wall topped with wrought iron fencing and screened from any passersby or prying eyes.
The gardens have several levels with large terrace areas, shaded seating areas, pretty planted borders and one two mature trees, and a large family sized swimming pool with plenty of space for poolside sun bathing.
The main entrance to the villa's grounds is via screened wrought iron gates opening onto a private driveway, with a stone laid pathway leading to the rear of the villa where you meet with a solid wood front door, which opens into a reception hallway with stairs leading to the upper and lower floors, and a handy guest WC.
A partially glazed wooden door then opens into a vast lounge/diner area, with stunning stone interior walls on two sided, and plastered walls on the others, and characterful high beamed ceilings. The lounge also has a featured stone fireplace with modern glass fronted log burner to keep you cosy and warm in the winter months, and also a feature stone TV surround that sits between two sets of wide patio doors giving access to a large marble balcony overlooking the pool area, with stone steps giving access to the swimming pool. The balcony has stunning views across the open fields and the near by pine clad hills, perfect for evenings of alfresco dining or midnight star gazing which is excellent in Kayakoy with very little light pollution.
To one side if the lounge is an opaque glazed door, opening into a spacious modern fitted kitchen, decked out with high gloss grey and white units, black granite work surfaces, mosaic tiled splash backs, more stunning beamed ceiling, whist the floor is laid with polished marble flooring which beams from the sunlight that flows through the patio doors, also giving access to the large balcony.
On the opposite side of the lounge is another opaque glazed door accessing the first of the 4 bedrooms, a large room with marble flooring and beamed ceilings, currently set up as a twin room but could be used as a double, this room as a private en-suite shower room facility and wide patio doors opening up to a French balcony with further stunning views across the natural area.
From the hallway, you head down to the lower garden level, totally dedicated to a large master bedroom, with a private en-suite shower room and direct access to the gardens and pool area via a single solid wood door.
To the top floor, you reach a long corridor with the third and fourth bedrooms located at either end, both large double bedrooms with angled beamed ceilings and marble flooring, and both enjoying the privacy of en-suite shower rooms and access to large shaded private balconies with more of those stunning nature views.
This stunning property is on the Fethiye real estate market fully furnished to a very high standard and comes all inclusive of all white goods, and is fully air conditioned in every room.
Overall with Kayakoy being a highly desirable area this property would make a sound investment in Turkey with extremely high rental potential and yields, or a perfect home for a family looking to relocate to a rural Fethiye village with easy access to the town centre and the beaches.
Contact Turkey Homes to arrange a viewing of this stunning home today. Our dedicated advisors will answer all of your questions and guide you through the full buying process and beyond.
Kayakoy, anciently known as Lebessos and Lebessus and later Livissi is a historical old village that sits approximately 8km south of the busy harbour town of Fethiye in the south-west of Turkey.
Believed to have been built somewhere in the 18th-century, and inhabited by the greeks until 1922. Much of the village homes were built on the hills, from natural stone, with two Greek orthodox churches and a school. Today these buildings still stand with around 500 homes and is a highly visited museum site with a small entry cost, area real taste of history.
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