This spacious villa for sale is located in the beautiful town of Dalyan on the stunning south-west coastline of Turkey.
The traditionally styled villa sits in one of the most sought after areas of the town and boasts amazing views across the river to the Candir rock tombs, dating back to 400BC, and one of only a handful of properties that have views looking down to Iztuzu Beach.
Exterior And Gardens
The villa is situated on a large plot of 1,100m2 and is one of the largest villas in town with a living space of 288m2. Sitting in stunning landscaped gardens behind a natural stone wall accessed by double wrought iron gates that lead onto a stone laid driveway. Inside the perimeter wall, the beautiful gardens are filled with various coloured Bougainvillea that climb the stone wall giving the house almost total privacy from the road and many other neatly trimmed shrubs and flowering plants. The garden also home to a large walk-in swimming pool with a vast area of pool terrace for lazy days by the pool soaking up the sun.
The exterior of the house has been decked with traditional stonework features and all windows have wooden shutters giving the house a lovely character. The large terrace that sits overlooking the pool is perfect for admiring the beautiful natural surroundings or enjoying a nice summer barbecue.
On entering the villa via the main entrance to the side of the property, the home and interior will have you standing back with amazement, The current owner has gone to great lengths with quality fixtures and fittings throughout the home which is very tastefully decorated and furnished to a very high standard and has under floor heating installed, perfect for the cooler winter months.
The main entrance door opens into a reception hallway leading to the large lounge/diner traditionally furnished, having double patio doors that open onto the large terrace overlooking the pool and gardens.
The kitchen is fitted with dark wood units and contrasting quality granite worktops and mosaic tiling. Complete with modern stainless steel electrical appliances.
Also, on the ground floor is a useful utility room with fitted units and a washing machine, There is also a handy fully tiled guest shower room.
Heading to the first floor via a beautiful open staircase with parquet steps and decorative wrought iron railings, we find three double bedrooms, all ensuite rooms, The master bedroom has a Jacuzzi bath in the en-suite and a heated towel rail. It also has doors opening onto shaded shared balcony with lovely natural views. The other two en-suites both have half baths with showers over. One also has access to the shared balcony whilst the other has a French style balcony to admire the views. This room also houses another utility room with a second washing machine.
The second floor is home to a huge fourth bedroom with two double beds with an ensuite bathroom and a small kitchenette, perfect for family visits or long staying guests. The room also has access to a large rooftop terrace with the amazing views across the beach of Iztuzu.
Overall this would make a perfect family home for all year living close to all amenities in a very desirable area of a stunning town. It is on the market fully furnished in a traditional style to a very high standard with all white goods and air conditioning units included, you could quite literally walk right in and feel at home.
Call Turkey Homes for full details of this stunning home our advisors will help you from the beginning to end with the buying process and answer any questions you may have about this wonderful investment in Turkey.
Dalyan is traditionally a farming village that sits on the banks of a river that runs through the village, located on the stunning Turquoise coast of Turkey. Served by Dalaman airport and sitting between the two popular resorts of Marmaris and Fethiye.
The local beach of Iztuzu at the end of the river is the breeding ground for the endangered Loggerhead Sea Turtles. The beach and the river are protected areas as the areas conservationists try hard to save the Turtles from extinction after major development was planned in the area a few years ago, which thankfully was scrapped after a huge campaign.