This elite property is set in breathtaking manicured grounds of 5,350m2 with it’s own 120m2 swimming pool, walkways, seperate shaded garden room and parking for over five vehicles. The drive leads you upto the main door of the house. Upon entry the wide hallway welcomes you as you step into the expansive lounge with stone built fireplace, exposed stone walls, and wooden flooring giving the property a sense of history. A seperate kitchen is well fitted with many inbuilt appliances and space for a large dining room table.
With 7 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms this 500 m2 home would either be suitable for a large family or planning could also be applied for to change the use to a boutique hotel or perhaps as a retreat for yoga or small conferences.
Cesme, 85 km West of Izmir is a town brimming in history and ancient culture. Dating back as far as the 14th century there are many signs of times gone by with its fabulous fortress and ancient ruins including the numerous Ottoman fountains which is possibly how Cesme obtained its name. Overlooking the Greek Island of Chios Cesme, with its expansive harbour has so much to offer with stunning scenery, picturesque buildings and lots of small boutiques along with restaurants and bars offering fantastic nightlife during the long summer months. Fish is a very popular dish in the area and the local produce extends to jam and ice cream which include an ingredient from a tree local to the region. Cesme attracts the more discerning customer and has long been a sought after destination for those living in and around Izmir. An international feel has ensued over recent years with many foreigners holidaying looking for a traditional Turkish town which Cesme offers in abundance. The small town beach generally has a nice breeze during the summer months and with excellent local bus links one can head further along the peninsula to the spacious sandy beaches at Ciftlikkoy and Ilica.