You can drive all the way to the side of the villa, where there is a car port. Park your car and lead down the stairs into the side garden of the property, where the main entrance to the house is located. From the point of entering the villa, you can't help but be mesmerised by the panorama that greets you. The living room is built underneath the large atrium that elevates the ceiling to a 6 metre height with floor to ceiling glass and some of the best views the eye can see in the Mediterranean coast of Turkey.
The kitchen, which is open plan yet segregated carefully by a stunning kitchen island at the rear far side of the ground floor is fully fitted for master chefs to enjoy. The kitchen serves the dining area, which has a side door that opens to the garden and pool area. The front facade of the living room and dining area is all glass. Views are amazing.
Up the stairs and there are 2 master bedrooms on the first floor. Both come complete with en-suite bathrooms and breathtaking sea views. One has a spacious balcony and the other a gallery glass with a French balcony.
The top floor also has 2 double bedrooms with their en-suite bathrooms. Both bedrooms on this floor have balconies, one has a front and side wrapping balcony. Views are uninterrupted and full again. All bedrooms are spacious, bright and panoramic. Two of the master bedrooms have Jacuzzi bathrooms.
The house has a small rear garden, side gardens and a large front pool deck area with gardens beyond it. The pool is infinity and lines up to the horizon. There is also a BBQ area, garden shower and a small utility room.
Kalkan rental potential - if you are looking for a luxury home in Turkey one that will also generate very strong rental income year in and year out, you have to view this property. The villa fetches in excess of £3,000 per week in the high season, which is June to September. In the low season, May and October you can except £2,000 per week. Overall the property has a gross rental capacity in excess of £45,000 per annum.