It is built on a plot of 5 thousand 150 square meters. The land share of the villas in the project, which consists of 10 detached villas, varies between 400 and 850 square meters. The net area of the 4+1 villas is 160 square meters and the outbuildings are planned as 30-35 square meters. Villas with Garden and Terrace in Bodrum
There is a central VRF system in the villas for you to live comfortably all year. Each villa has a parking area, a private garden and a private swimming pool. Your spacious living spaces surrounded by greenery in Acropol Hidden Valley are designed to bring you together with nature.
* Suitable for Citizenship
* Ready to Move
Located on 5,000 m2 area
4+1, Bedroom Options
Indoor Swimming Pool
Children Swimming Pool
Outdoor Swimming Pool
|Rooms||Min m2||Max. m2||Min. Price||Max. Price|
|4+1||160 m2||160 m2||430.000 $||450.000 $|
20 Minutes to Aqua park
25 Minutes to Highway
35 Minutes to Bodrum International Airport
Turkey is one of the world’s unique tourism paradises with its history, culture, and extraordinary natural beauty. It is a privileged country with four seasons, green forests, mild climate, ski resorts, clean seas, beaches, world-famous hotels, spas, hospitable people, and one of the world’s three famous cuisines. You can enjoy the sea in the magnificent beaches and bays of the Mediterranean and the Aegean Sea in summer, enjoy skiing in the snowy mountains in winter, or visit historical places that are on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list for four seasons. Wherever you go in Turkey, you will admire the natural beauty, historical buildings, and green and blue harmony. Villas with Garden and Terrace in Bodrum
The hospitality of the Turkish people and the delicious food of Turkish cuisine are also among the main reasons why you should visit Turkey. This country, which has hosted many historical civilizations, will fascinate you in every sense.(Villas with Garden and Terrace in Bodrum)
Bodrum is a picturesque city, the history of which started more than two thousand years ago. In the territory of the city you will find numerous unique prehistoric places of interest that never cease to attract curious travelers from around the world.
Villas with Garden and Terrace in Bodrum ., The local mausoleum is a striking monument of antiquity. Here historians and archaeologists have found a great number of priceless artifacts, the collection of which is now exhibited in the British Museum. The Mausoleum has an honorable status of the oldest building in the city. This is a massive structure, which original design existed until the 16th century.
A huge devastating earthquake was the reason for the destruction of the mausoleum. Later, the Crusaders used stones and fragments of its walls for construction of another important building – Bodrum Castle.
The castle is also called the Castle of St. Peter. Nowadays this is the most famous medieval building of the city. The castle is also home to two museums. Museum of Underwater Archaeology will tell its visitors about the most interesting discoveries of recent decades. Among the items exhibited here you will find many interesting items that belong yet to the Bronze Age. Villas with Garden and Terrace in Bodrum
The territory of the castle is also the location of famous Turkish baths. The local amphitheater is a no less attractive destination for excursions. Located on a slope of a hill, the amphitheater is a massive structure consisting of three sections. In the 70s of the previous century the territory of the amphitheater became a site for archaeological excavations. Later the ancient monument was opened for public. Nowadays visitors are welcome to visit a huge scene of the amphitheater, well-preserved seats for audience and even a special place for an orchestra.Villas with Garden and Terrace in Bodrum
If you go north of Bodɾum, you can find the ruins of the ancient city of Pedas. At some point, there were such buildings as the Temple of Athena, the acropolis, thermae, baths, and of course, an amphitheater here, without which no antique city can be imagined. The Temple of Athena, located in the city of Pedas, is mentioned in the works of Herodotus.
The archaeological findings from this place are dated back to the 7th century BC. The sanctuary of Athena is also mentioned in the “father of history”. It was a medium-sized building divided into 3-4 rooms. According to scientists, it was nothing more than the building of the executive power system.
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