Overall Property Information
This residential unit which you can see in the photo is 168 square meter and contains 3 bedrooms and belongs to the most luxurious residential units in Istanbul.
As you enter the building, you face a short corridor which has a reception hall on the right and also on the left, there are the bedrooms and the bathroom.
The terrace of the house is adjacent to the reception hall that occupies the most space, and the kitchen is designed in the middle of the house in front of the entrance corridor where hangers and shelves as well as full-length mirrors and puzzle ones are installed.
The brown and wooden floor covering creates a warm and intimate area that is consistent with the bedroom’s minimal style.
Besides the independent bathroom, the master room has a closet and dressing room. As it mentioned, the bathroom is on the left side of the corridor and occupies low space.
About the Project
However in classic architecture glass is considered as a basic element in building decoration, nowadays in addition to the building facades, glass is being used in interior decoration and is an integral part of modern architecture.
The project in the photos, applies glass railing in balcony and panoramic windows in the bedrooms that in addition to the elegance, it provides ambient light and other applications.
This structure has been constructed fir 3 years and its design belongs to the biggest Turkish companies.
This 4-block complex, in addition to residential units, also has 138 commercial units, which housed a variety of well-known and famous Turkish brands to expensive international brands.
Besides the green space, well equipped fitness gym, skin care, spa and other facilities are provided for inhabitants.
About Uskudar District
Uskudar is a district in the north of Istanbul, bordered on four sides by Beykoz, Imraniye, Kadikoy and the Bosporus. This area is located in the Asian part of the city and is connected to the European part through the sea.
This region, despite having a rich history and many ancient monuments, including the Billerby Palace, which means the palace of the great, includes a variety of luxury buildings and prestigious shopping centers.