Purchase luxury New Turkish Villa In Antalya in Antalya. This compound with villas for sale is located in a quiet region of Antalya Döşemalti. This district is famous with its stunning nature and beautiful nature views. These luxury houses are located away from the city hustle.
However in the neighborhood you will find markets, hospital, shopping center, schools and public bus stop. Famous Lara beach is located in 15 minutes by car, 20 minutes drive from the city center and Antalya international airport. Semidetached villa compound is built on the plot of 5390 m2. Luxury villa Residence consists of 16 triplex villas.
Each triplex villa has 4 bedrooms.
Each villa is 300 m2: a laundry room in the basement, a bedroom, a toilet, a bathroom, a hobby room and a cellar.
Living room on the ground floor, there is an open plan kitchen.
Upstairs there are 2 bedrooms, a master bedroom, a bathroom, an ensuite bathroom and 2 balconies.
At the penthouse, there are a workroom, mechanical equipment room and a terrace.
All villas have video intercom, TV satellite system, laminate flooring and air conditioning units in every room.
The memorial Hadrian Arch and The Clock Tower are remarkable and date back to the Hellenistic era.
This is the nucleus of a city which embraced many civilizations during the time. It is now restored and has become a most attractive touristic center with its hotels, restaurants, shopping and entertainment facilities. Kalei, ci retains all the original ancient Turkish archaeological characteristics. The port’s marina has been completely restored and is well worth visiting. The restoration activities in Kaleici won the Golden Apple Prize, the Oscar of tourism.
A prize-winning museum and one of the most notable archaeology museums, of the world. It is also the only museum in Turkey with a children’s department exhibiting ancient monuments appealing to children.
This ornamental marble arch was constructed in 2nd century BC by the Romans in honor of Emperor Hadrian. It is the most amazing area in the whole ancient Pamphylia region.
Kesik Minaret (Broken Minaret) :
Once a Byzantine Panaglia church, later converted into a mosque.
This fluted minaret of the 13th century was built by the Seljuks. Decorated with dark blue and turquoise tiles, the minaret eventually became the symbol of the city.