Turkey Homes have pleasure in offering this wonderful traditional Bodrum real estate for sale in the elite marina resort of Yalikavak in the northwestern tip of the Bodrum peninsula in Turkey.
Yalikavak's newly renovated marina, Palmarina, has transformed the town from a summer holiday home resort into a very desirable place to live all year round, especially for those of the yachting scene.
It has become Bodrum's hotspot for investment property too, with high budget investors zoning in on luxurious villas attracting affluent guest from around the globe. Many of these newly developed homes come with high price tags offering investors extremely high rental yields giving them a great return on their initial investments.
The marina area has many fine dining restaurants, cafe bars and trendy boutiques all frequented by those of the yachting world or those who just like to mingle with the upper crust.
Having said this you can still pick up a bargain property with sea views either for investment, permanent living or as a holiday home, and many of them are full of character for anyone who likes a more traditional feel home.
This stunning property is a traditional Bodrum home, built in the classic Bohemian style with white washed walls and a flat roof. Located right in the heart of Yalikavak's town centre with all the local amenities almost right on the doorstep, with restaurants, bars, shops and supermarkets catering for both holiday makers and those that live in the area all year round, and should you need more it's only a short 20 minute drive to the busy Bodrum town.
The villa sits on a large complex with villas built in tired levels allowing each home partial sea views and stunning nature views with the local green landscapes that sit nearby. The complex houses a huge communal swimming pool for a few morning lengths, or just a simple relaxing day spent by the pool.
The villa has recently been renovated to a very high and modern standard using only quality materials throughout.
The villa is built in just two floors. however, due to the contour of the land, it is entered half way up the stairs. where you have a small reception lobby area with stairs leading up and down to the living spaces.
Down to the ground floor where you have the open-plan living area with a lovely clean crisp white kitchen, with wooden panelled base units and partially glazed wall units, white laminated work surfaces, and stylish contrasting grey and white Aztec design tiled splash backs.
The lounge area is spacious and bright with large double glazed patio doors opening out onto a huge terrace with white wrought iron railings and a built-in stone barbecue with a turret styling. The terrace is where you can sit and enjoy long summers of alfresco dining and outdoor living whilst gazing out at the stunning partial sea views and the beautiful Yalikavak sunsets with a cool glass of wine.
Heading up to the first-floor level, you have two double bedrooms, both with large double glazed windows to enjoy the views, fitted with quality laminate flooring, and both sharing a fully tiled modern bathroom on the same floor.
All-in-all this lovely traditional villa would make a lovely holiday home for a small family, located just a short walking distance from the beach and right in the centre of the resort, no need for buses or taxis, everything you need is there and all within easy reach.
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Yalikavak is one of the most elite areas of Bodrum, attracting some of the most affluent Turkish people and many international tourists, who love the yachting scene.
Yalikavak sits approximately 18km from the centre of Bodrum and 43km from Milas-Bodrum airport.
It has a bustling centre especially in the weekly market day and many beaches, including two that have been awarded the Blue Flag.
Palmarina is not only home to many yachts, it also hosts 2,500 seat amphitheatre. Yalikavak also has three ancient windmills in the surrounding hills, two of which have been sensitively restored to their former glory.