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Luxury homes for sale in Turkey
Review our range of luxury homes for sale in Turkey, including beauty spots of Bodrum, Kalkan, Kas, Fethiye and Antalya. Our luxury homes and real estate in Turkey do not come with substantial price tags, however they do command a premium over standard holiday homes. With our knowledge and years of experience in the real estate market in Turkey, we find and source luxury properties that no one else can; such is our knowledge of Turkey.
Call Property Turkey now for our latest portfolio of luxury homes, and our team members will be happy to assist and guide you in your search – with our years of experience, we are specialised in finding the right listing for you.
Architectural Styles of Luxury Property in Turkey
Don’t underestimate Turkish architecture. Over the last 20 years, Turkey’s architectural geniuses have designed many ultramodern homes of which some feature in international publications. The central aspect is that they work with landscapes and not against them; hence properties maximise views, temperatures and natural sunlight. A perfect example of top-notch Turkish architecture can be seen in luxury real estate of Kalkan on the Mediterranean coast.
Here, the land elevates the further away it goes from the shoreline, hence architects design front-facing properties with copious amounts of windows, so owners at all times have fantastic sea views. Otherwise, some homes in Yalikavak on the Aegean coast are often compared to Hollywood houses. In keeping with Yalikavak’s upmarket vibe on the sailing scene, they feature privacy, exclusive design, modern decor and convenience. Whether you want stylish, contemporary, traditional, or any other worldly themes, you’ll find it in Turkey’s higher-end market.
Where to Buy Luxury Real Estate in Turkey?
Yalikavak is an excellent place to start your search. When the mega yacht Palmarina opened its door, attracting influential sailors from around the world, this had a knock-on effect on the real estate market and fast forward to the present day, Yalikavak’s property portfolio presents some of Turkey’s most luxurious homes. However, if you want an urban landscape, then villas along the Bosphorus in Istanbul are the creme de la creme. Likewise, for the penthouses of Nisantasi that can be compared to the equivalent in New York.
Other destinations in Istanbul featuring upscale homes include Sariyer, Besiktas, Tarabya, Macka and Kadikoy. If you have six digits or more and want utmost privacy, Sovalye Island in the Fethiye region presents just that. Otherwise, the yachting destination of Gocek further east along the Mediterranean has some beautiful homes that fit in with a sailing lifestyle. Contact us today if you want to receive a portfolio of luxurious real estate for sale in different regions via email.
How Much Are Luxury Homes in Turkey?
You can expect to pay anything over Euro 300,000 for a real luxury property in Turkey. However, we do sometimes come across gems from as little as Euro 100,000 – although these get snapped up by smart investors. The most expensive market of Turkey is Yali mansions on the Bosphorus shorelines. Such is their prestigious status, it is often a case of if you have to ask, you can’t afford it. Other destinations featuring millionaire mansions include the Komurluk and Kisla neighbourhoods of Kalkan, and Yalikavak on the Bodrum peninsula. Owning a luxury home can also prove to be an astute acquisition for those looking to make healthy returns on their investment. You can expect high rental yields of up to 8% per annum on your luxury home in Turkey because of the idyllic location and the stunning features inside the house.
Buying Turkish Property
To look for luxury homes for sale in Turkey, browse our portfolio of listings on the market. Each one includes property photos and description, key features why that home stands out, and also an enquiry form, so if you want to find out more details or arrange a viewing, use that. We also have offices in Bodrum, Antalya, Istanbul, and Fethiye that are open seven days a week so you can drop in and speak to one of our experienced local agents or arrange a time and date for viewing.