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I am a professional person working full time in Central London and living in Kent with my family. I love to be in the City and enjoy all it has to offer culturally - galleries, the ballet, theatre and of course the wide variety of restaurants with cuisine from all over the world. However, it's important for me to have time at home, spending time with friends and family. At the weekend, I love to cook and entertain at home and if there's time take a long country walk in an attempt 
to stay fit!


​I first visited Kalkan in 2006 and fell in love with the place. I have travelled quite extensively but the warmth and hospitality of the people really impressed me. As well as a wonderful ambiance, Kalkan has good shopping, excellent restaurants set around the harbour or on roof terraces, and the surrounding area is historically rich. There is always something to do - whether it be a lazy day at sea, swimming and enjoying a leisurely lunch aboard, relaxing at one of the many beach clubs, exploring the local area, or simply pottering around Kalkan's old town. I'd been considering buying an overseas property for some years, and on my return last year, decided I felt so comfortable, it was perfect for a second home, which I'm happy to share with holiday visitors and hope they enjoy also!​


For me, Villa Limon is in the perfect location. It is very convenient for the old town, harbour and beach, but just far enough away to enjoy the tranquility of its setting. The property is set in its own extensive grounds and you can relax without being overlooked. This was important for me when choosing my home as some villas are very close to one another. The views are truly magnificent from every area of the property and the sunsets are amazing - perfect for an early evening cocktail. The property is fully air conditioned, but the outside stonework together with the marble flooring keeps the property cool in summer which is important when temperatures reach 40 degrees +. The stonework and log fire in the living room ensure it is always warm and cosy when temperatures are cool.​

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