Overall Property Information
This residential unit is one of the luxury units in Istanbul, which has an area of 213 m2 and four bedrooms. From the entrance there is a short and wide hallway.
To the right are the bedrooms and to the left is the reception hall. One of the rooms is dedicated to the TV room. Two of the bedrooms are single and the last one is the Master Room, which has an independent bathroom and closet.
The kitchen is located between the reception room and the bedrooms and its interior decoration is done professionally and stylishly. The terrace of the house with an area of 9 m2 provides spectacular views.
The reception hall is adjacent to the terrace and is the most important part of the house, which in addition to harmony and visual beauty, the correct arrangement of furniture, makes it a cozy and soothing place.
The bathroom is designed in the hallway, on the right side of the unit and next to the entrance door. Large mirrors and stone toilets and extraordinary lighting used in gives a special glow to the environment.
About the project
The project has 169 residential units and 138 commercial units, designed by KAYLYION Holding and resistant to earthquakes and natural disasters. This four-block project is one of the most luxurious projects in Istanbul, which is located in the commercial heart of the city and is close to all major areas.
The complex provides many amenities such as fitness salon, skin and hair salon, hairdresser, shopping center, children’s playroom, swimming pool, dry sauna and luxurious lobby and provides security and tranquility for them.
The project is only 30 minutes away from Olive Borno and the Maslak and is close to the police station and the hospital. There are a number of restaurants and coffee shops around the complex and inside
About Üsküdar District
Usküdar is a large area located in the north of Istanbul in the Asian part. This area is adjacent to the Bosphorus Strait from the west and is a short distance from the city center and Maslak regionh.
Since the history of this region dates back to several centuries ago, valuable antiquities from the Ottoman Empire have been left in it, the most important of which are the Tesvikiye Mosque, Billerby Palace and Dokhtar Tower.