This new Gumusluk property listing for our books has the Spot Blue Bodrum team super excited. The region of Gumusluk in Bodrum, Turkey, is known for excellent architecture standards, and this property listing delivers all that and more. Not only will the villas suit someone looking for a holiday home, but also those wanting to retire in Turkey and add a worthy addition to their real estate investment portfolio. Indeed, the team are eager to highlight these villas for sale to the property-seeking public and match them with their ideal owners. Let us find out why the Bodrum team rates these villas as prime Turkish real estate.
Gumusluk Property Spotlight
1: About Gumusluk
Sitting on the western Bodrum peninsula, Gumusluk, between Yalikavak and Turgutreis, lays off the beaten track. Yet increasingly, more foreign buyers go there because the town’s old-world charm makes them feel carefree. Property experts often accuse prominent towns, villages, and cities in Turkey selling out to mass tourism, but they never say the same of delightfully quaint Gumusluk.
During the day, life revolves around the slow pace of the beach, which at night turns into BBQs and campfires that delight those who enjoy the cool, night air. Seaside fish restaurants serve house specials like fresh squid or large king prawns that attract crowds from far who want to indulge in alfresco dining by Turkey’s Aegean Sea. At weekends, locals head to Liman Café, high in the hills with its bohemian furniture and amazing Aegean views for an amazing village breakfast.
Gumusluk also features the ancient city ruins of Myndos. Although they pale in size compared to places like Bodrum castle, Rabbit Island, the famous landmark attracts travellers eager to see what the attraction is. In August, the Gumusluk International Classical Music Festival highlights the yearly social calendar. Drawing on music lovers from the Bodrum peninsula and other parts of Turkey, this significant event highlights Gumusluk’s cultural dedication.
Otherwise, locals and tourists love the weekly Wednesday farmers market, where vendors sell organic and delicious fruit and veg. Slow-paced Gumusluk endorses the quiet indulgence of life, and for various nightlife and shopping choices, you will need to head to nearby Yalikavak or Turgutreis. Additionally, this lifestyle in Gumusluk won’t change. Protected green belt land ensures Gumusluk centre will always remain true to its historical roots.
2: The Gated Community in Gumusluk
The architect team designed the gated community so residents can enjoy and live in Gumusluk all year round. Sitting on a hill above Gumusluk, property buyers will enjoy incredible views of the Greek, Turkish Islands, and the Aegean Sea. The gated community, surrounded by bougainvillaea and olive trees, is four kilometres from Gumusluk town centre and harbour, eight kilometres from Yalikavak Marina, twenty-four kilometres from Bodrum Castle, 15 kilometres from Ortakent, and a short drive from Bodrum Golf & Tennis Club. If you plan to use the property for holidays or are a frequent traveller, Bodrum Milas International Airport is just 45 minute’s drive away.
3: About the Properties in Gumusluk
Within the community sit 30 properties of three distinct styles, each with a pool, parking, and garden. Altogether, there are three styles of property for sale within this gated community.
- Three bedroom detached bungalows, measuring 176 square meters. (Ref 457)
- Four-bedroom detached villas measuring 214 square meters. (ref 458)
- Three-bedroom, three-bathroom semi-detached villas measuring 174 square meters. (Ref 459)
These properties for sale perfectly blend modern architecture and contemporary construction with natural stonework. They feature an open room and dining area that connects with the kitchen, terraces, plenty of storage space, and high-quality fixtures and fittings. Enjoy private landscaped gardens with a swimming pool, terraces to sunbathe, amazing sea views and al fresco dining and off-street parking. Each villa includes fitted bathrooms and fully equipped kitchens with a Siemens oven, an electric stove, microwave, and dishwasher.
If you want to buy property in Gumusluk, Bodrum and want to find out about these designer villas, contact us today. Our team can provide more information, including photos via telephone or email, and arrange viewings of property for sale. Otherwise, you can see our entire portfolio of apartments and villas for sale in the Bodrum area here. Each listing includes price, location, house features and destination guides.
Also About Bodrum and Turkey
Living in Turkey: Sometimes clients ask if they can live permanently in Turkey. The country offers more than sun, sea, and sand vibes, so we understand the lure. Turkey is an all-rounder, attracting European, Asian, Middle Eastern and African communities. The country feels like home to anyone who chooses to make these shores their permanent dwelling place. So, let us look at what to know about moving permanently in Turkey, how to go about the move, and famous places for expats like the western Bodrum peninsula.
Six Prominent Places: Expats of all nationalities in Turkey often end up in Bodrum. The lure is easy to explain, and anyone who has visited the region will testify about the laidback, cosmopolitan lifestyle that the Bodrum peninsula wholeheartedly indulges in. Many call it hedonistic, reflecting the local’s pursuit of hedonistic pleasure, and for decades, Bodrum has attracted sailors, authors, musicians, artisans, and artists. So to find out more, this article lists Bodrum’s key destinations alongside the Gumusluk property market.