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Villa with stunning sea views, infinity pool, large terraces, fireplace, jacuzzi and marble floors, near the center of Kalkan

$467,000
  • Total area
    190 m²
  • Land area
    500 m²
  • Bedrooms
    5
  • Bathrooms
    5
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Features
  • 3-floor building
  • Balcony or terrace
  • TV
  • Furnished
  • Swimming pool
  • Garden
  • Car parks
  • Sea view
  • Forest view
  • Mountain view

This modern, fully-furnished detached villa for sale in Kiziltas, Kalkan, is not far from the town centre. Finished to the highest standards throughout, the property has five bedrooms.

It incorporates a modern, gloss-finish kitchen with chrome appliances. The villa also boasts marble flooring and Italian tiles as well as air conditioning throughout.

The ground floor has a cloakroom and utility room while an open-plan living area includes a spacious lounge with a fitted fireplace. Floor-to-ceiling patio doors allow plenty of light to flood the room and open onto the sun terrace overlooking Kalkan.

Outside, a large infinity pool also benefits from stunning bay views. Meanwhile the villa is set in an easy-maintenance, private, landscaped gardens complete with private parking and monitored by its own security system.

A double en-suite bedroom is located on the ground floor while three double and one twin bedroom can be found on the first floor. All the upstairs bedrooms have balconies while the master also boasts a hot tub.

About Kalkan

Kalkan is a harbour town on the Turkish Mediterranean coast not yet overdeveloped to cater for huge numbers of visitors.

The town is part of the famous Turquoise Coast and within easy reach of well-known historical sites. These include the beach and ruins at Patara – reputed to be the birthplace of St Nicholas – and Kaputas Beach.

Although in the Antalya province, Kalkan is more closely related to Fethiye. It was first established as a fishing port and the only safe harbour between Kaş and Fethiye. White-washed houses descend to the sea, many adorned with brightly-coloured bougainvillea.

The town averages 300 days of sunshine a year.

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    Location right down to the building, street or city

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