Overall Property Information
Nature has been the best inspiration source for the architect due to its variety. The prominent artists believe that relation with nature is an essential component for artists.
Geometric forms and shapes found in nature, in different countries and various religions of the world, have a special meaning and sometimes sanctity.
In this case the project has paid special attention to this issue and has fully harmonized with the surrounding nature. Although the design of the structure is very stylish and modern, its shape and geometric form match the elements of the environment.
This project was designed in 2012 by one of the well-known companies of Turkey and completed in 2017. The unit that you see in the above picture, is located in block E with 152 m2 area.
The entrance on the right side of the unit leads to the kitchen. Two bedrooms (one master) are placed on the left side.
All bedrooms are spacious enough and sunny with a big balcony which is shared with both rooms in a way that each has an independent entrance. The rectangular reception room is sited in front of the kitchen with a sea view.
About the Project
This exciting project is located in a busy area and in terms of climate in a warm temperate zone.
The project consists of 3 very tall towers. The complex and inside the building is equipped with CCTV cameras and security sensors.
On the ground floor of the building and inside the complex, there are luxury shops with Turkish and international brands.
If you are looking for a luxurious and beautiful house and at the same time safe and comfortable, we suggest you buy a unit here.
About Sarıyer District
This attractive project is constructed in the northernmost part of Istanbul and its European part is built in a district called Sarıyer. On Turkish language sari means yellow and yer means land.
Sarıyer is part of old and original Istanbul from where main highways pass. The rich people habit here or own land.
At this point of the city there are many old mansions and tourist attractions, including the castle of Romli Hesar, which was built by Sultan Mahmud II.
Today, the castle is used to host public events, especially concerts.