A couple of those boxes to owning Bursa property is during the summer months you can ride the cable car which takes you to the summit of Mount Uluda? for hiking or to take in the fresh cool air and in the winter months you can ski as its Turkeys premier ski resort, as you can imagine the views from the summit are magnificent. This, in turn, means that it's not only a great holiday home in the summer but the winter months too and it also means that rental returns can be recouped month after month. Investors have been buying property in Bursa for a long time now as they could see the potential that owning and renting a property out here could achieve healthy rental returns. The holiday home buyer who wants a city pad have the best of both worlds as its great for summer holidays and winter too which makes visiting for holidays all year round possible. The holiday home buyer views Bursa property for sale as good long-term investments as more and more holidaymakers prefer to stay in rental apartments or villas rather than to book into a hotel. The hotels are great by the way but let's be honest the average hotel room is small and cramped therefore by renting say a two bedroom apartment or villa you have lots more space, privacy and freedom to come and go as you please. So it’s easy to understand that the investors of Bursa properties are very happy, to say the least, as they are getting great rental returns month after month. If you are looking for the perfect city apartment or villa then Bursa real estate could be just what you’re looking for.
Bursa is an ideal location as it’s close to Istanbul but you can get a lot more for your money. The recently opened Osmangazi Bridge dramatically cuts the travel time between Istanbul and Bursa from two and half hours to just over an hour making Bursa on everyone’s radar now especially for tourists, city workers and property buyers. Investors are keen to buy here and holiday makers alike it’s a city to watch as its popularity increases making real estate for sale in Bursa very attractive. International flights are frequent to Bursa and some foreigners prefer to fly to Istanbul and then onto Bursa by ferry or car.
There are so many outstanding buildings and sightseeing attractions in Bursa to visit, here is a list of just a few of the attractions that you must see on your visit when you go to view real estate in Bursa its impossible for me to list all of them. However in 2014 Bursa was awarded the prestigious Unesco World Heritage status for being the birthplace of the Ottoman Empire and there are wonderful historic religious buildings to remind you of its rich and important history. Throughout the city, there are many beautiful mosques that dominate the skyline from different eras and styles. A must on your to see list is the Yesil Camii which means Green Mosque which was built between 1412 and 1419 its has beautifully carved marble and its name derives from the interior walls being decorated with greenish blue tiles, it's a wonderful example of an Ottoman-style mosque. The mausoleum of 5th Ottoman Sultan Mehmed I is described as a sublime example of 15th Century décor. The tombs of Sultans Osman and Orhan who were the founders of the Ottoman Empire can be found on the summit in a park where the castle is in Bursa and the city museum depicts Bursas rich and colourful history and makes it easy to understand the culture and how local life was like.
The fabulous Karagöz Museum includes Turkish, Uzbek, Russian and Romanian puppets and here on certain days you can see performances. Visit traditional and restored Ottoman houses with a collection of traditional ottoman musical instruments and other artifacts and sprawling markets with just about everything you could possibly want to buy. In Bursa's old citadel there is a beautiful six storey clock tower it was one of four that was once the city’s fire alarms, there is now just one standing. If you love folk costumes and jewellery then visit the Ulumay Museum of Ottoman Folk Costumes and Jewellery here you can view around 70 exhibits. The beautiful leafy Kultur Park is stunning and in the grounds, you will find flora and fauna, restaurants, tea gardens, children's playgrounds and a lovely lake where you can hire a pedal boat and enjoy a lazy afternoon on the water. In the grounds, there is also a very interesting Archaeology museum and it's a great day out. Last but not least you can visit Ataturk House which is filled with original furnishings from when Mustafa Kemal Ataturk stayed there in the 1920s and 1930s, set in beautiful landscaped gardens this is a very popular attraction especially for Turkish nationals due to their admiration and respect for this great leader who founded modern day Turkey. With all this and more it’s easy to understand why investors and holiday home buyers flock to this city to look for real estate in Bursa for sale.
You won’t go hungry in Bursa as there are restaurants galore serving everything from fine dining, to fast foods, traditional Turkish cuisine and international favourites just about every taste is catered for. There are cafes serving snacks, seafood restaurants, barbeque restaurants, steak houses, Italian, Mediterranean, Chinese, Indian and umpteen traditional Turkish tea and coffee houses serving piping hot beverages with delicious baklava and Turkish delight. The traditional Iskender Kebap originates from Bursa its lamb with thyme served on pide with a savoury tomato sauce, browned butter and topped with yoghurt and parsley it’s delicious! Come to Bursa and try for yourself you will love this city and your real estate in Bursa home.
There are an array of lovely villages and small towns to choose from, Villas cost from £100,000 GBP, apartments start from £55,000 GBP and a typical house will cost from £120,000 GBP. It’s just a case of you visiting Bursa too see which is perfect for you, your family and friends.