Take a look at this charming cottage-style 2 bed property in Kalkan as it may well impress you! It’s situated in the lovely village of Bezirgan, packed full of character and boasts a spa, and an indoor and outdoor pool. It’s a unique home and ideal if you want to escape into nature, soak in beautiful views, feel the mountain breeze yet still be within a short drive of Kalkan for some shopping and a good night out.
You could call this duplex 2 bed property in Kalkan dreamy, as its stunning rural location and outlook is certainly that! It’s a secluded villa sat in beautifully landscaped scented gardens, and it’s tucked away from prying eyes. There’s a large pool to the centre of the grounds with an extensive terrace and sunbathing areas, and a lazy hammock/swing next to a water fountain is the ideal place to read or simply relax. A spacious shaded dining area is ideal for al fresco meals, and at the rear of the garden, there’s a children’s play area.
The Ground Floor: Much of the entrance level of this 2 bed property in Kalkan is open-plan. There’s a living room with large glass windows that beautifully frame the garden, plus a modern kitchen with an island with bar-style seating and quality white goods. At the back of the kitchen are the indoor heated pool and private spa. This area is encased in glass allowing light to flood the space and letting you admire the beautiful garden views. There’s also a sauna, Turkish bath and jacuzzi, so there’s no excuse for not relaxing at home!
The First Floor: The upper floor homes two good-sized bedrooms, a twin and a double, both en-suite with large private balconies affording fabulous views over the grounds.
This property is on the market for 750,000 euro. The exchange rate at the time of sale will apply.
It’s easy to see why so many people fall in love with Kalkan. It’s a former fishing village turned pretty Mediterranean resort, once described by the Guardian as “the Italian Riviera without the poseurs!”
Kalkan has miraculously escaped mass tourism and there are no sprawling high-rise hotels or huge tourist resorts, it’s far more sophisticated and refined. A lot of the village life revolves around the harbour, where traditional gulets come and go, and there’s a good selection of shops, bistros and bars stretching up from the front. There’s a wide range of properties on offer in Kalkan and its suburbs, most offering fabulous sea views from their elevated locations.
Kalkan can be reached in just over an hour from Fethiye, and Dalaman International Airport the closest and 100km from the town (approx 2 hours).