Overall Property Information
The residential unit has an area of 131m2 and three bedrooms. This residential unit is one of the luxury units of Gozel Tappe neighborhood of Istanbul, which has a forest view.
To the right of the unit are the bedrooms and bathrooms, and to the left of the reception hall and terrace.
The kitchen is designed in the middle of the unit next to the reception hall.
Since the reception hall with an area of 35 square meters is the most important part of the house so that its interior decoration is more significant.
All parts of the unit are equipped with ventilation systems, so air conditioning flows in it.
This residential unit has three bathrooms, two of which are designed for family members and the third is designed for guest. In short, this unit, in addition to offering a reasonable price, has all the features of a dream and perfect house.
About the Project
The project whose images are uploaded on the page is one of the luxury projects of Istanbul, which is located near the TEM Highway and the Eyüpsultan district.
The project was designed by two large Turkish companies and supervised by qualified engineers.
The structure is completely earthquake-proof and resistant to shocks and natural disasters. Materials used in the interior decoration of residential units, selected from European high quality materials, and has brought security and comfort to buyers.
The project provides many amenities and recreational facilities for the residents of the uniti, including a meeting room, equipped fitness club, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, skin and hair care salon, hairdresser, football field, tennis court, game room, dedicated parking and walking pathway.
About Eyüpsultan District
Eyüpsultan is one of the 32 districts of Istanbul, which is located close to the city center and in the European part.
The project was built in the Guzel neighborhood, which is one of Eyüpsultan neighborhoods, and has the best opportunity to invest and buy property.
Due to the long history of this region, historical monuments such as the tomb of Eyub Sultan and Zal Pasha Mosque have been turned into museums and are considered as one of the tourist attractions of the city that many tourists travel to Turkey to visit every year.