Highly authentic house in Selimiye with incredible views out across the bay and mountains, this spacious home has been custom built by an architect and is only 200 metres away from the sea and amenities.
Property for sale in Marmaris
Marmaris is ideally located on the Mediterranean coast in the south west region along the shores of the Turkish Riviera, Marmaris benefits from two major marinas as well as a number of smaller ones.
The population of Marmaris is in the region of 30,000 during the winter with holiday makers pushing this number into the excess of 300,000 during the high season. Average statistics suggest that since 1980 there has been an increase of 10,000 visitors to the area year on year.
The climate in Marmaris is idyllic with endless sunshine and extremely mild winters. Rain is rare and if at all tends to be during November and December.
How much does it cost to buy a property in Marmaris?
Marmaris prices may seem expensive in comparison with other Turkish resorts however not without very good reason. On average tough an apartment in a nice complex will generally cost in the region of £50,000. The purchase of a three bedroom apartment located just 100 metres from the beach will be priced from around £100,000. Villas that are situated on a nice complex will be priced at about £120,000 and a luxury villa with a good degree of privacy will be in the price bracket of approximately £200,000 up to the millions.
Is Marmaris real estate a good investment?
Marmaris is known to have something for everyone and it is a very busy resort that commands exceptional rental returns. Property prices in this area have been rising per annum therefore purchasing a property in Marmaris offers the potential of outstanding capital gains.
Who buys property in Marmaris?
Property in Turkey continues to be a popular choice for foreign purchasers as more people are finding property in Turkey more affordable and that Turks do make the most charming neighbours.
The properties in Marmaris that are not purchased purely as an investment, to be rented or for resale are more than likely to be purchased as a holiday home, particularly with the increasingly efficient air services and new airports that have now made Turkey accessible all year round. Other than this there are a lot of retired people choosing to relocate to Marmaris to take advantage of the wonderful climate and the quality of life that a move to here would afford them. Marmaris is also the number choice amongst the sailing fraternity with the excellent mooring facilities and sailing routes that are available from here.
Sailing in Marmaris
Marmaris offers exceptional sailing with fair winds, enticing bays, exceptional scenery and places to anchor and the unique geographical features of the coastline which are ideal for sailing. The climate for this region also contributes to the endless sailing opportunities, with April – October offering up to 9 hours of sunshine, whilst June, July and August are the hottest of months.
During the summer months the wind is Meltemi and blows from NW to WNW whilst in early and late summer the meltemi is weaker and there are times when there is no wind felt for several days.
The coast of Marmaris is surrounded by huge mountain ranges that drop directly into the sea. The outstanding combination of historical, cultural, outstanding sailing and superb swimming makes this coastline perfect for sailing.
Very well priced four bedroom family villa for sale in Marmaris complete with a private garden and superb location only 10 minutes away from both the centre of Marmaris or the beach area. A superb option for those seeking a high quality villa in the region.
Hidden away in Bozburun is this excellent private villa offering 2,000sqm of land and superb sea views that stretch all the way to the Greek island of Symi. Come and explore the tranquil and calm waters - a favourite spot for sailors alike.
With enough room for the entire family to relocate to Turkey, this spacious five bedroom luxury villa is just a short walk away from the nearest beach and centre of Marmaris – what more could you want?