Neo-classical design

Neo-classical design




Dec 2014

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our three-story home is built in the neo-classical style most often associated with the Greek island of Symi. It's in a gated community and was built in 2001 and renovated in 2010. The main lounge opens onto a courtyard finishing in a small garden bordered by a red jasper wall. There are three bedrooms upstairs where a small turret admits plenty of sunlight into the top floor and the shared bathroom features a soaring ceiling and a single, round window. Entrance is via the middle floor, where the foyer opens onto an Italian kitchen, a separate dining room / sun room, and a sunken lounge room with wi-fi hub, large screen TV and slow-combustion fireplace. The downstairs floor offers a games room which can double as a further bedroom for two... and a second bathroom and a utilities room is located off the downstairs foyer.


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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Bono, Pineapple, Liman
Cool bars
Davy Jones's Locker, Backstreet, Greenhouse, Buddha Bar
Cozy cafés
Kahve Dunyasi
Retail therapy
Yeniyol Street
Bit of culture
Sultan Suleyman's Castle and the Caravanserai
Walks in the park
Mountains behind our house, way marked nature walks within 10 minutes' drive.
Spot of exercise
Cycling, Swimming, Sailing, Kite Surfing, Windsurfing, Parasailing, Hiking, Diving, Horse Riding, Full Sports Complex (Basketball, Netball, etc.)
Day tripping
Local Bays and Beaches; Greek Island of Rhodes + Greek Island of Symi; Ancient Caunos and the Dalyan River Delta + Iztuzu (Loggerhead Turtle Conservation Zone) Beach; Ancient Ephesus, Bodrum and Ancient Halicarnassus; Pamukkale (natural travertine layers and pools formed by hot spring water containing Carbonate minerals) and Ancient Herapolis; Cleopatra's Beach on Sedir Island (Ancient Cedrae), Ancient Knidos at the tip of the Datca Peninsula; The Many, Many Beautiful Bays of South-West Turkey; Day Sails on Marmaris Bay; Traditional Houses, Open-air Markets and Turkish Bathhouse experience in the city of Mugla; Traditional crafts and Hand-loomed Decorative fabrics at the village of Yesilyurt.

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