Architecturally Greek designed detached homes are within a complex of seven similar homes sharing a large communal pool.
Each home comes with three bedrooms a good size livingroom and a fully fitted quality kitchen and is less than 5 minute walk to Alacati centre with all of its restaurants and within a 10 minute walk to the renown windsurfing club.
Alaçatı (also known as Alatsata, from Greek "Αλάτσατα") is an Aegean town on the western coast of İzmir Province in Turkey, which has been famous for its architecture, vineyards and windmills for over 150 years. It has now made its name in the world of windsurfing and kitesurfing, with its crystal clear water, consistent and steady wind and well-acclaimed hospitality.
Alacati is one of the most authentic towns in Turkey with stone houses, narrow streets, boutique hotels and restaurants with tables on the streets. Alacati has a great nightlife, where the nightclubs by the seaside are open until morning. The area is also home to the Alacati yacht marina and the famous Port Alacati development, created by the French architect Francois Spoerry and his son, Yves Spoerry
Alaçatı has stone houses with coloured windows and narrow streets with pavements. The centre of Alaçatı has Otto-Greco houses which are over 100 years old. The houses can be differentiated whether they were Greek houses by looking if they have an additional enclosed balcony area, alcove window or 'cumba' in Turkish. Typically, enclosed cumba balconies are painted by lilac or pale blue colours. The town was declared as a historical site in 2005, the buildings are well protected. The newly built houses refer to the past architectural principles of the Otto-Greco houses of the agora of Alaçatı
Alacati has become the popular holiday destination & the next best location after Bodrum for many Turkish elite and famous. Its popularity for kite and wind surfing has also grown in the world in recent years.
With the new highways now shortening the driving distance between Istanbul and Izmir and the excellent dual carriageway from Izmir to Alacati will no doubt continue top grow the popularity of this unique town in many years ahead and with this demand capital appreciation of property in this town will no doubt also increase in paralel to the popularity.
Please note the asking price is 475,000 Turkish Lira. Please use our above currency converter link for a more accurate price in your chosen currency.