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North Cyprus Property For Sale - Price £100,000 in Bahceli

pic 1Fully furnished 3 Bedroom property Situated on the East coast of Bahceli; Bright spacious rooms, large living area with uninterrupted sea views, fully fitted kitchen with all white goods.

Air-conditioning units throughout and a private 8 X 4 over flow swimming pool!

For sale by owners, asking price £100,000. Contact us for viewing on [email protected] – Refer: Bandula16.


• 3 Bedrooms all with fitted wardrobes
• Master bedroom with beamed ceilings, triple aspect, sliding doors leading onto large sea view terrace
• En-suit- Full size bath with shower unit, toilet and basin, housing washing machine and tumble dryer
• Loft space
• Bedroom 2- (single) with En-suite shower room and sea views
• Bedroom 3 – double with separate shower room, toilet and basin
• Guest WC
• Open plan lounge, kitchen and dining area, triple aspect with large sliding doors leading out to a private sea view terrace
• Fully fitted kitchen with all Bosch appliances
• 4 X air conditioning units
• Ceramic floors throughout
• Open plan lounge kitchen diner- 22’5’’ X 12’4’’
• Master bedroom- 17’8’’ X 9’11’’

o En-suite- 9’6’’ X6’7’’

• Bedroom 2 – 9’5’’ X 9’2’’

o En-suite- 4’2’’ x3’2’’

• Bedroom 3- 12’10’’ X 9’0’’

o Shower room- 7’7’’ X6’8’’


• UPVC double glazed sliding doors and windows
• 2 X Large private sea view terrace with retractable awnings
• Weather proof lighting
• Fly screens
• Covered porch
• Purpose built storage shed


• 8X4 private swimming pool
• Outside shower
• Private low maintenance stone and membrane garden
• Private off road parking
• On site Gym
• On sit bar and restaurant
• 3 X communal swimming pools
• Tennis courts
• Unobstructed Sea and mountain views
• Approximately 300m from the Sea

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13 comments to North Cyprus Property For Sale – Price £100,000 in Bahceli

  • Polly Marples

    Do you have the Kocan in your name?

  • fluter

    Well Pauline, I guess anyone who wants the answer to your question will have to email them.

  • Bandula16

    Hi, Thanks for your message. No we do not have the Kocan in our name. We are currently waiting on the Developers to provided us with the dates as to when it will be ready. If you would like a viewing please e-mail me. many thanks.

  • Polly Marples

    Thanks..You can legally sell without a Kocan, but anyone who buys without one would be ill advised….sorry.

  • fluter

    I have to second that!

  • Polly Marples

    fluter I see we both got a thumbs down….no prizes guessing who it was from lolx

  • Bandula16

    Your feedback is more than welcome and every person has their own history of purchasing aboard and their own opinion, which I have no issue with. I agree owners have the right to sell without a Koçan, and buyers should be aware of what they buy and seek the proper legal advice before venturing into any sale; be it in their own home country or abroad. I know when we purchased our other properties aboard they were all under extreme scrutiny not just with the developers but with legal advisers as well as the Land Register Offices.

    The house for sale was purchased off plan, the title deed does not become available until all taxes are paid to the council by the developers and the land is parcilised and approved by the Land Registry Office which as you may know can take several years.

    The property was purchased through a recognised developer, not from an individual seller or a individual builder and we are up to date with all payments due to the council as the homeowner We personal do not have a mortgage on this property as we were cash buyers. I would be happy to provide any documentation we received from our developer and solicitor to genuine interested parties who are considering buying. I would also be happy to speak to anyone who is interested and to even put them in touch with our solicitor if they would like further details.

  • Polly Marples

    Everyone I know did exactly the same Bandula, that has not stopped an awful lot of fraud taking place.

    You can look at all the blogs by Pauline Read in this publication to see this….not least the latest one at Greatstone in Lapta, going to auction…each purchaser did exactly the same as you…but still their properties will be auctioned on the 12th March 2017.

    I do not know of one victim of the property scams who actually borrowed any money to fund their purchase, however with the delay in getting Permission to Purchase, the kocan stays in the name of the landowner/builder/developer and even those I would have thought very respectable, did obtain mortgages on property they had already sold.

    My advice to anyone considering moving to the TRNC….rent. Buying in north Cyprus can be hazardous to your health and wealth. Just saying.

  • timsmith

    This beautiful property would be worth five times this anywhere else on the Med.

    Unfortunately the bad news about new auctions like Olive Grove just down the road is going to hurt a lot of innocent sellers like yourselves.

    If the K5 appeal is upheld and auctions are stopped, I can see the value of your property double almost overnight, and property development starting again.

    Sincere best wishes. Bahceli is a beautiful and peaceful spot.

  • Bandula16

    Thank you Tim for your kind words… I do agree and can only hope for the best. As much as your statement is so true, I don’t regret purchasing in NC, in fact we bought two property!

    We love NC and it is a shame that there is so much negative vibes about the place. It is so hard to explain to someone how beautiful the island is and how wonderful the people are. I can only hope and keep it advertise.

    Bahceli, is indeed a beautiful and peaceful spot. I am looking forward to our visit to NC over the Easter break. Will get more of the scoop on Olive Grove while I am out.

    Thanks again.

  • Polly Marples

    Sadly, and what you are losing sight of Tim, is that a win for K5 could stop the auctions BUT they will only have achieved the status quo as at November 2005, which means the properties will be back in the name of the landowner Yuksel Yilmaz, who all of those effected believe was complicit in this fraud. What should have happened is that the case should have asked for the deeds to be put into the names of the true owners…the puchasers. Yes the legal beagles will argue that was not possible, but you and I know, all things are possible if there is the will to do the right thing. The K5 face the prospect of more legal cases and even the bank again asking for a charge over their properties through the courts because the debt to them, incurred by the landowner and the builder will still exist.

    Interestingly, the south did have the same problems but eventually did the right thing and made all mortgages put on properties without the owners consent, null and void, leaving the banks to sort it out with their borrowers. This could easily be done by the north Cyprus Government…so why hasn’t it been done…rhetorical question.

    Personally, I would not touch any property that did not have the title deeds available and in the name of the vendor…that is just me though.

  • Bandula16

    Update on Koçan: the documents is currently with the Nicosia Land Register for final review stages. As owners we have already paid our 5% taxes and the contract of sale is already registered with the Land Registry office.

  • Polly Marples

    Good news about your Kocan Bandula, that certainly should make selling a whole lot easier for you.

    Every member of K5 had their Contract registered with the land Registry office when it became possible but a little too late to save them from the bank mortgage. All paid stamp duty on their contracts too.

    It is now over a year since the High Court heard the Banks Appeal against the judgment in favour of the K5…I am beginning to suspect the decision will never be rendered.

    Good luck with your sale of your villa.