For Sale $82,000 -installments - Residential Properties
Houses for sale on installments in Antalya Turkey,
Project start : March 2014
Project finish :May 2015
For 1+1 apartment starting price : 82.000 usd.(66 m2)
2+1 apartment starting price : 114000 usd.(77m2)
- Address project : Liman Konyaalti city borough, Antalya- TURKEY
- One block of flats consisting of 28 apartments.
- Apartments 1+1, 2+1 ( middle floors), 2+1, 3+1 dublex ( upper floor).
- Swimming-pool, wading pool ( for children).
- Independent room heating system ( natural gas boiler and radiator panels installed).
- Air-conditioning for each room.
- A cooker, built-in oven and ventilation hood ” BOSCH” or ”SIEMENS” are in every apartment.
- Electric window and balcony door shutters are installed in every apartment.
- A wardrobe is in the entrance hall.
- Aluminium ceiling and spot lighting, a shower cabin and bathroom cupboards are found in WC-and-bathroom units.
- Reflected ceiling with highlighting ”LED” are in every sitting-room and entrance hall.
- Built-in kitchen cupboards are of modern design.
- Heat insulated roof covering ” YTONG”.
- Wireless Internet.
- Fitness hall and sauna will be taken into use in a working order.
- An alcove and special landscape design.
- Video door entry system.
- Central satellite system ( 2 outputs for every apartment ).
- Professional apartment management directed by our company.
- About ANTALYA, The principal holiday resort of the Mediterranean is the lovely region of Antalya with a majestic coastline of beaches and rocky coves where the towering Toros (Taurus) Mountains provide a magnificent backdrop. Antalya is an attractive city, at an altitude of only about 50 metres, with shady, palm-lined boulevards, a prize-winning marina and a picturesque old quarter called Kaleici which has narrow, winding streets and quaint, old, wooden houses next to the city walls. Since its founding in the 2nd century B.C. by Attalus II, a king of Pergamon who named the city Attaleia after himself, it has had a continuous history. The Romans, Byzantines and Seljuks occupied the city before it came under Ottoman rule