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Built in an old stone house style, the property is around 100 years old and is steeped in history and culture, a perfect setting in Gumusluk, Bodrum. The home is found just 12 metres away from the seafront and beach, and by beach, we really mean beach – lovely sand and beautiful water you can literally step out of your garden and enjoy.
The house itself offers 200m2 of closed living area leaving ample room for the family to habitat. There are 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms found inside as well as 2 kitchens and 2 living rooms.
We recommend re-arranging the floor plans of the home in order to create something truly spectacular – with a small renovation; you could easily convert the inside cheaply and affordably. We suggest removing one of the interior walls in order to re-arrange the house with one large living room and 3 spacious en-suite bedrooms.
Outside there is a nice rear garden with a good amount of space to sunbathe and catch some of the perfect Bodrum sunshine. There is also a roof terrace where you could sit and enjoy the views or you could possible add a cover to make a nice shaded area to enjoy. There is a further possibility of adding a glass or timber/concrete cover, which would convert the roof terrace into a further living area connected to the home.
Behind the house there is a large open field that has no permission to build on, ensuring perfect open and nature views.
About Myndos and Gumusluk:
Myndos is the old name given to Gumusluk in Bodrum – it is an old settlement complete with many archaeological areas and steeped in history with lots to discover and uncover. It is a charming and elegant location and this home is found right by its sandy beach. Myndos is well know for having some of the best fish restaurants in the whole region and is located opposite Rabbit Island with amazing sea views afforded throughout.
Gumusluk is known as Bodrum’s most authentic village and oldest civilisation. The stretch where the property is located is tagged as an archaeological area which means that no further construction is allowed in the area – the home is a very rare find because of this. The area is very bohemian and there is lots of culture and colour apparent – it is a superb area for families.