This STUNNING Detached Villa is located in a very sought after area of DALYAN, within walking distance to the town centre where all the restaurants, shops and bars are located.
The property has everything for a perfect family home, holiday home or holiday rental which will generate an income.
There is a large open plan living/dining area with fully fitted kitchen, all white goods are included in the sale. Good size utility room with washing machine and central heating system.
Very unusual and wonderful is a second sitting room on the first floor, from here the double doors open onto a grand balcony with views of the Lycian Tombs, absolutely stunning.
The property has four double bedrooms all with en suite facilities. Two of the bedrooms are on the ground floor and two bedrooms on the first floor.
This beautiful villa is fully furnished and fully air conditioned.
Outside are stunning established gardens 1100 square meters, more than double the average size plot. There are shrubs and fruit trees and the whole garden is walled and gated.
The swimming pool is large and there is also a Jacuzzi. There is a brick built BBQ and a large area for outdoor dining, the terrace is a good size and has outdoor furniture.
In the garden is also a traditional seating area for those lazy hot afternoons. ( Kosk ) There is also a private area to park the car or bicycles.
This villa is truly stunning and viewing is essential.
About the Local Area
Dalyan is established in an environmentally protected area since 1989 in Turkey.
Dalyan is one of the few surviving places of paradise, an area of natural beauty and historical interest.
Unlike neighbouring resorts, Dalyan is a largely undeveloped, tranquil village offering a significant number of natural and historical attractions, as well as classic Turkish friendliness and hospitality.
Due to the fact that nearby Iztuzu beach is one of the world’s few remaining breeding grounds for Loggerhead (Caretta Caretta) turtles, an effort has been made to conserve the area’s astounding natural beauty.
The Dalyan town is set on the winding Dalyan River that flows between the Mediterranean Sea and Lake Koycegiz, and on the other side of the river are the ruins of the ancient city of Caunos, dating back to the 3rd century.
A must is a boat trip to the 2.5-mile (4km) beach (about a 40-minute journey) that transports visitors through tall reeds, to 2,300-year-old Lycian cliff tombs and Caunos, and finally to the large sandbar at the turtle beach.
A quicker, but less scenic ride is by dolmus.
Nearby thermal springs at Sultaniye, and the Dalyan mud baths are also not to be missed and make for an experience out of the ordinary.
The surrounding wetlands are a haven for a variety of wildlife and birds, and the town is offset by a backdrop of pine-covered mountains and lush fields, making Dalyan a perfect destination for nature-lovers.