Bodrum villas for sale enjoy great sea views and generally Aegean architecture. Architects here favour the area’s natural materials such as Bodrum stone and marble and Bodrum houses tend to have a clean, whitewashed look. Thanks to elevation, most villas for sale in Bodrum have striking views over the sea. Building regulations mean that houses may be no more than two storeys high, which means if your Bodrum house has a view it will stay that way.
How much do villas in Bodrum for sale cost?
Prices for a three-bedroom Bodrum villa with a private pool in one of Bodrum’s main towns (Bodrum Town, Yalikavak, Turkbuku or Gumusluk) start at around Euro 180,000 and range to several millions for the more exclusive properties with large plots nestled in their own privacy for those seeking complete exclusivity.
There is cheaper, budget Bodrum villas available starting from around Euro 80,000. These are generally part of large cooperative complexes with shared pools, shared gardens and children’s facilities. Much care needs to be spent before investing in these cooperatives for they generally are poorly managed.
Are Bodrum villas a good investment?
Rental potential for villas in Bodrum is pretty good and villa owners have the potential to make around 7% annually when renting their villas out during a long summer season. Villas in Bodrum are also rising in price on a year-on-year basis due to the popularity of the peninsula amongst both foreign expats as well as wealthy Turks looking to buy a home within short flight times to Istanbul and other business centres.
Where to buy villas in Bodrum?
Bitez – If you are looking for peace and quiet, you will find it in abundance in Bitez. Bitez offers private villas for sale and is split into two parts – the beach area and the centre, both are excellent prospects for purchasing.
Bodrum Town – The central heart of Bodrum, the town centre is where you want to be if you are living in Bodrum all year round with children. There is a marina and superb facilities such as international schools and shopping malls.
Gumusluk – Bohemian Gumusluk offers villas in Bodrum for those seeking to live life at their own pace with easy access to the beach and amenities. Close to Rabbit Island, Gumusluk is highly sought after by expats and foreign buyers.
Gundogan – Another popular area for buyers, Gundogan has a bustling town centre and beach, along with superb sea views from Bodrum villas at prices ranging from bargain gems to luxury mansions worth millions.
Kadikalesi – With panoramic views and beachfront locations, villas in Bodrum, Kadikalesi usually form part of superb complexes with access to 5-star hotel-like facilities and modern contemporary designs from top to bottom.
Konacik – Just 2km away from the centre of Bodrum, villas in Konacik are ideal for raising a family or living in the peninsula with some of the best shopping malls and lifestyle facilities accessible within a matter of minutes.
Ortakent – Constructed using locally sourced stone and wood materials, houses for sale in Ortakent offer an authentic look at life in Bodrum and usually enjoy an abundance of privacy in the form of huge plots and gardens.
Torba – Close to the beach and boasting panoramic sea views, villas here are just a short ten minute driving distance from the town centre and are built with luxury touches for a modern approach to life in Bodrum.
Turgutreis – Island and sea views, Bodrum villas for sale in Turgutreis have easy access to the marina for those who love sailing and enjoy some of the prettiest sunsets from large terraces and spacious gardens.
Turkbuku – Home to some of the best Bodrum villas in the peninsula, Turkbuku offers luxury houses with access to private boating facilities and minutes away from the famous beach for relaxing and spending time with loved ones.
Yalikavak – The crown jewel of Bodrum, Yalikavak is commonly referred to as the St. Tropez of Bodrum villas and homes here can be purchased well into the high millions for some of the best real estate that you will find in the entire country in close proximity to the Palmarina.