In the project, which consists of 8 detached villas on a total area of 10,060 m³, each independent section was built on a land share of 1,167 m²
Each villa is planned as a single floor and has a 120 m² interior area and a total of 217 m² usage area including the terraces. There are 2 separate rooms and a 75 m² separate entrance basement floor area to be used separately for a guest house or outbuilding.
The villas have a usage area of approximately 300 m² together with the outbuildings. Ground floor 3 bedrooms, one with en-suite bathroom, living room and shared bathroom; It consists of 2 en-suite rooms and a technical room on the basement floor. While the glasses block the heat from the windows in the summer, they protect the heat in the winter. An automatic shutter system will be applied to the outside of the joinery. The kitchens are designed as lacquered American kitchens. oven, extractor fan and 2-door refrigerator are located in the kitchen. The interior doors of the villa are lacquered.
* Suitable for Citizenship
* Ready to Move
Located on 10,000 m2 area
5+1 Bedroom Options
Indoor Swimming Pool
Children Swimming Pool
Outdoor Swimming Pool
Parent Dressing Room
|Rooms||Min m2||Max. m2||Min. Price||Max. Price|
|5+1||210 m2||210m2||1.375.000 $||1.705.000 $|
5 Minutes to City center
15 Minutes to Highway
35 Minutes to Bodrum International Airport
The world-famous Bodrum Peninsula is one of Turkey’s corners of paradise with its 3,500-year history, culture and art inherited from ancient civilizations, natural beauties, original architecture, agricultural riches, gastronomy, climate, sea and magnificent bays, entertainment life that lasts until the morning, quality and different concept accommodation facilities that meet all your needs. Wonderful Residential Villas With Lovely Concept
bodɾum, which has fascinated mankind since the ages before Christ, contains the traces of various cultures and civilizations such as Leleg, Carian, Persian, Dor, Helen, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman from antiquity to the present. Wonderful Residential Villas With Lovely Concept
Halicarnassus, which was called the “Paradise of Eternal Blues” by the famous historian Homer, was founded on the lands that were the intersection point of Greek and Anatolian civilizations. Archaeological finds belonging to various civilizations indicate that the region and its surroundings have a history of seven thousand years.
Halicarnassus, one of the most important port cities of the Caria Region in ancient times, raised many important people such as Herodotos, known as the father of history, and Artemisia I, the first female admiral of history.
It is said that the adventure of mankind in Bodrum has a history that goes back to 3,000 years. Historian Herodotos (484 BC) from Bodrum writes that the city was founded by the Dorians around 1.000 BC where the castle is located today. Back then, this place was an island.
The Carians came under the rule of the Lydians in the 6th century BC, and then the Persians. Persians divided Anatolia into satrapies. The Caria Region was ruled by the Hekatomnos Family. Mausolos brought the capital of the Carian Satrap from Mylasa to Halicarnassus and had the city rebuilt. Wonderful Residential Villas With Lovely Concept
Halicarnassus experienced its brightest period in these years. During his 24-year rule, Mausolos started to build the tomb monument, which is known as the Mausolleion and is one of the seven wonders of the world. After his death, his wife and sister Artemisia II continued the construction of the monument.
In 334 BC, Macedonian King Alexander the Great conquered the lands in Anatolia under Persian rule. After the city was burned and destroyed by Alexander, it could not recover. Wonderful Residential Villas With Lovely Concept ,. After the death of Alexander, the region was ruled by his generals for a while, then came under the rule of the Ptolemies and Rhodes, but Halicarnassus preserved its independence like other coastal cities.
In 133 BC, when the Romans established the Asian State in Anatolia as the heir of the Pergamon Kingdom, Caria was included in this state. After the division of Rome into two (324 AD), it became a bishopric under the Aphrodisias Metropolitan.
The city passed into the hands of the Turks in the last quarter of the XI century. It joined the territory of Menteşe Principality in the 19th century. With the conquest of Rhodes by Suleiman the Magnificent, Bodrum joined the territory of the Ottoman Empire. It was occupied by the Italians at the end of the First World War (11 May 1919), and the Italian occupation ended in the War of Independence -05.07.1921 Wonderful Residential Villas With Lovely Concept