Overall property information
Today, glass is a crucial and undeniable element in the field of architecture so that glass is an integral part of modern architecture and it has been applied in the interior and exterior of this project.
In this structure, panoramic windows and glass railing design are used, which brings a new culture and style of life.
This super luxury unit in the picture is located in block A and has 100 areas. As you enter the apartment, there is a reception room and kitchen on one side and bedroom and bathroom are on the other side.
The hallway is designed in a way that is spacious enough for closets as house complementary decoration to keep the clothes, shoes and etc.
To the right side of the unit, there is a small entrance which is in front of the bathroom, and to the left, a bedroom equipped with an artificial intelligence system, which has enough space for a large double bed, a study desk and a closet room.
Usually the houses with low area, no wall is arranged between the reception room and kitchen. A large semicircular terrace is designed at the end of the reception room adjacent to the bedroom, which is equipped with moisture-resistant wood flooring and provides a very pleasant time on hot summer nights.
About the Project
The project is built on 20,000 square meters of land in the northern Asian part of Istanbul. The structure is covered with grass which provides a lovely place with fresh air for walking. Also this area is one of the richest areas of Istanbul that has led to accumulation of all the luxury facilities such as the best international schools, restaurants and cinemas in this area.
The project is a newly built project with 240 luxury units ranging from one-bedroom to five-bedroom units and a penthouse. One of the issues that has been carefully considered in the construction is the use of thermal insulation to reduce energy consumption and create a balanced temperature inside the complex.
About Beykoz District
The beautiful Beykoz district of Istanbul, Turkey, takes its name from “Bey” meaning prince and “Koz” meaning village. This region was considered as one of the most important regions during the Ottoman Empire.
This area is located between the two bridges of Sultan Mehmet and Yavuz Sultan and leads to the Bosphorus Strait by beylerbeyi road. The view of the Bosphorus Strait and the mountainous hills of this area has made it one of the most beautiful areas in Istanbul. In fact, investing or buying in Beykoz provides a luxurious and peaceful life for those who are interested in modernity.