Purchase cheap property in the Antalya Kepez region by Maximos Real Estate. The compound is located in a quiet region of Antalya that is called Kepez. In the district, there is the famous Düden Waterfall, Özdilek Shopping center, Erasta shopping center, parks, shops and markets, cafes, public bus stops, train stations etc.
The Residence consists of 4 blocks and has commercial shops for sale on the ground floors of the building.
Apartments have a built-in kitchen and bathroom.
Antalya is constantly growing. In 2010 it was reported that the resident population was 1,001,318, but many more have since relocated to the area. The Antalya Chamber of Commerce and Industry state that over a third of foreigners choosing to live in Turkey opt for Antalya. They also note that it is a particular favourite with the Germans, Russians and Scandinavians. Many ex-patriots have brought or rent property in the central districts, but areas such as Kalkan, Kemer, Side and Kas are also popular.
Antalya boasts over 300 sunny days a year. Visitors can enjoy long hot summers and mild, if sometimes rainy, winters. July and August are the hottest and busiest months reaching up to 38*C. The coolest months are January and February with highs of around 16*C during the day and an average night-time temperature of 6*C. Perhaps the nicest time to visit Antalya is during the spring and autumn when temperatures are not swelteringly hot, beaches not overly crowded, and you can still enjoy an evening stroll in a T-shirt.
Those looking to spend time in Antalya are in for a treat – the quality of life here is one of the best on the Turkish coast! The climate is ideally suited to year round living with long hot summers and mild winters. There are a great choice of shops, restaurants and nightlife throughout the city and transport links and medical facilities are excellent. Antalya is a popular destination for a reason – the average cost of living is considerably lower than that in the UK and many other foreign destinations!
Buy Cheap Property Antalya Kepez