Deluxe Villas On An Exclusive Development In Gulluk

For Sale, VillaTurkey , Bodrum , Gulluk

€ 350,000
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150-325 Sqm
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  • Land register: Full title deed and living permission
  • Available for loan: Yes

A natural design construction of 30 duplex apartments and 5 villas. The villas are 325 square meters in size, 3 + 1 type duplexes with terraces are 150 square meters and garden duplexes are 170 square meters in size. The villas are being built on 3 floors as garden, middle and terrace floors. The site has its own car park, while the villas have private parking areas. Located only 9 minutes from Bodrum-Milas Airport.

Located 300 m from the sea, this complex offers stunning sea views and a rural natural design concept. 

The project, which attracts the attention of foreign investors, includes a heliport, a pet hotel and an elevator in the villas. The interior decoration of the houses is entrusted to Eren Talu. Residences can be decorated according to buyers' demands.

Lowest-highest housing price: 350000 - 750000  Euros

Complex Features

  •  Outdoor swimming pool
  •  Children's swimming pool
  •  Children's playgrounds
  •  Sauna
  •  Security
  •  Camera security
  •  Seascape
  •  Parking Garage
  •  Sun terrace

Building Features

  •  Elevator

Residential Properties

  •  Terrace
  •  Balcony
  •  Private swimming pool (for villa)


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Gulluk Information

Located in Mandalya Bay on the Aegean Sea ,also known as the ‘Turquoise Coast’, Gulluk is foremost an unspoilt  fishing port north of the Bodrum Peninsular.

Only 10 minutes from Bodrum/Milas (BJV) Airport, ten minutes from the main road to Milas (15K) and Bodrum (45k)

There is an abundance of fish restaurants serving locally caught sea bass and bream, cafes and eating houses. In addition there are several supermarkets, hotels, and banks plus a multitude of local shops and businesses.

Local attractions include the beach, pleasure boat trips and glorious sunsets.

Historically, Gulluk, formerly known as Kulluk prior to 1933, was an import export harbour for the Greeks trading during the Ottoman Empire period. The store buildings and warehouses are today restaurants and shops.
Local industries include fish farming for sea bass and bream, and the export of bauxite from the recently relocated harbour on the outskirts of Gulluk.


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