Overall Property Information
This one bedroom property located in Sarıyer district at a reasonable price in Block B with 63 m2 has one bedroom.it is related to one of the beautiful and modern projects of Istanbul.
The reception hall consists of 2 parts, one part of which is dedicated to KAPALI BALKON.The living room is spacious enough to accommodate a handful of sofas.
The kitchen, however it does not take up much space, the design principles are observed in it.
The bathroom is located on the right side of the front door although the bathroom space is small, it feels bigger than it is due to the proper lighting and tall mirrors.
Behind the bed service, we also see such beautiful lighting as well as large paintings above the bed that harmonize with the rest of the elements in the bedroom.
About the Project
The project started to be built three years ago with a modern style of architecture and is now complete and applicable.
This complex has been constructed on land with an area of 36,000 m2, a large part of whch has been allocated to green space. The project is a short distance from the shores of the Black Sea.
Everything you need for a luxurious and dreamy life is provided here. From stylish and glamorous shopping malls to quality restaurants and gyms.
Another advantage of this project is that since one of its construction partners is the Turkish government, it has a lower price than similar projects in the Maslak neighborhood.
The location of the project is one of the busiest neighborhoods in Istanbul, so buying commercial and residential units in this place can be one of the best options.
About Sarıyer District
In the European part of Istanbul and in the northern part of it, there is a pleasant region called Sarıyer.
The shopping malls, houses and special architecture of the palaces and buildings of this area of Istanbul attract many travelers every year. Rumli Fanari, a historical monument, is one of the tourist attractions of this region, which was built by Sultan Mehmet II. Another tourist attraction in the area is the Sakıp Sabancı Museum, designed by an Italian architect.
Due to Sarıyer being adjacent to the beach of Beykoz, it has perfect weather which results in many coffee shops around it.