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Stunning Villa with Private Pool, Spacious Roof Terrace and Turkish Title Deeds Awaits New Owners in Beautiful Village Setting, Catalkoy

  • Ref: 27738197
  • Type: Villa
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • 3 Spacious Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms and a Downstairs Toilet
  • Fully Renovated
  • Generous Living Space
  • Inviting 5x10 Swimming Pool
  • Spacious roof terrace
  • Wonderful sea and mountain views
  • low Maintenance Garden
  • Turkish Title Deeds
  • vat paid
  • Ready to transfer the deed

Property Summary

Stunning Villa with Private Pool Awaits New Owners in Catalkoy - With spacious roof terrace and Turkish Title deed

Full Details

Stunning 3-Bedroom Home in Quiet Cul-de-Sac, Çatalköy

Discover your dream home in the serene and leafy neighborhood of Çatalköy. This beautifully renovated property offers the perfect blend of comfort and style, featuring:

*3 Spacious Bedrooms*: All bedrooms are located upstairs, each thoughtfully designed for comfort and convenience. The master bedroom boasts a modern ensuite and a built-in wardrobe, ensuring ample storage.

 *2 Bathrooms and a Downstairs Toilet*: Enjoy the convenience of a well-appointed bathroom on each floor, plus an additional toilet downstairs for guests

 *Fully Renovated*: Every inch of this home has been meticulously renovated to the highest standards, ensuring a contemporary and welcoming living environment.

 *Generous Living Space*: With a total land area of 716.63 square meters, there's plenty of space for family living and entertaining.

 *Inviting 5x10 Swimming Pool*: Perfect for relaxing or entertaining, the pool area is a true highlight of this property.

*Spacious roof terrace*

 *Low Maintenance Garden*: The easy-care garden is ideal for those who prefer to spend their time enjoying their home rather than maintaining it.

*Turkish Title Deeds*: Secure and hassle-free ownership with Turkish title deeds.

Located in a quiet cul-de-sac, this home offers peace and privacy while being close to all the amenities Çatalköy has to offer. Don't miss the opportunity to make this your new home. Dream Big, the Acorn does!

Çatalköy, (meaning forked village), is located around 15 minutes to the east of central Kyrenia, and spreads from the coast right up into the low-lying mountains.

Nowadays Çatalköy is a busy large town with a bustling centre, and it is home to a number of expats who have fallen in love with this area and its surrounds. It has expanded in recent years to incorporate a busy coastal road area with plenty of shops to cater for pretty much everything, the Malpas Resort Hotel has been built on its low-lying mountain slopes, and the growing property market in the area has also seen its borders extend both to the east and west. The town is also a popular place to eat out with several quality restaurants and bars, it is home to the well-known Çatalköy Riding Stables, and it offers both peace and entertainment in equal measure.

The coastal area itself has some nice stretches of headland, popular with walkers, as well as the local Korfez or Belediye beach which is popular with holidaymakers and locals alike. There is also a strip of land just behind the headland which was used as a plane runway in the past too, and you can also find the Hazreti Ömer Tekke along the coast.

Çatalköy’s history dates back to the Neolithic period, with the first settlers from Anatolia setting up home here around 7000/6500BC. Evidence of their habitation in the area of Vrysin nearby has been found in the form of pottery made from earthenware, further evidence has been found from remains of dwellings which were generally made of stone and clay and often connected to each other by tunnels. Dwelling sites were enclosed by huge walls. The main source of income during the Neolithic period would have been generated by agriculture and earthenware pottery. No one is certain but it is thought that these kinds of settlements would have been abandoned after earthquakes around 3000BC forced occupants to settle elsewhere on the island.