Forest and Sea views from luxurious residence in untouched Beykoz

$ 453,050

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Summary

  • Boutique project in the Beykoz forests
  • Residence with full hotel style facilities 
  • Luxurious high grade interiors with branded appliances
  • Delightful and peaceful forest and sea views
  • Easy access to all major bridges of Istanbul
  • Neighbouring complexes are high grade elite compounds

About this project

Embrace and surround yourself with colors and light of nature, providing you with an energetic feel that pushes the boundaries of luxury. The tall glass windows and 5.75m ceiling height give a feeling of a wide aquarium, and the rich interiors provide the warmth of wood and the glamorous ceramic details.

The project offers unlimited comfort with 1+1, 2+1, 1+1 duplex and 2+1 duplex apartments built on an area of 4,500 sqm in one of the most central spots and magnificent nature of the Kavacık area of Beykoz, Istanbul.

A unique sea and forest view is available from high floors, a rarity in Istanbul. Indeed Beykoz is famous in Istanbul for being highly restrictive to construction, making it exceptionally valuable.

These homes almost merge with the lush green forests, in a region famous for high grade luxury compounds. Whether you want to play sports or have fun in the jungle, join Beykoz's vibrant city life.

Facilities Breakdown

  • Underground parking
  • 24 7 security
  • Gym
  • Walking parkour

Price Range

Type Size (Min) Size (Max) Price (Min) Price (Max)
1+1 92 sqm 145 sqm $ 306000 $ 623900
2+1 139 sqm 229 sqm $ 453050 $ 952000

- Price ranges last updated 18/11/2018
- Prices are list prices and subject to discounts in accordance with the chosen payment plan and negotiation with the seller.

Payment Plan

This product is available as full payment in cash only, with short term payment plans by negotiation only.

Floor Types

Distances

  • 3 km to Medipol Kavacik Hospital.
  • 3.5 km to Anatolian Castle.
  • 3.5 km to Bosphorus.
  • 3.5 km to TED College.
  • 5 km to the FSM Bridge (2nd bridge)
  • 15 km to Riva (Black Sea, North).
  • 20 km to Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge (3rd bridge)
  • 21 km to 15 July Martyrs Bridge (1st Bridge)
  • 21.5 km to Bağdat Avenue and Caddebostan corniche (Marmara Sea, South).
  • 35 km to Sabiha Gökçen Airport

Regional information

Beykoz is an elite and historic district of Istanbul that lines the Bosphorus. Many Ottoman era castles remain, and Byzantine structures such as Yousef's hill remain, and open to tourism. One of Istanbul's most sought after regions, construction is strictly controlled by the Bosphorus planning committee. Only a few areas remain open to construction, with space quickly running out.

Areas of Beykoz like Kavacik are sought after, not only for its breathtaking nature and Ottoman mansions, but due to the easy access to central Istanbul via the FSM bridge. The business district ends up being just 10-15 minutes away, and one can even take a ferry to work.

At the Bosphorus coast, Beykoz comes to life, with popular historic town centres such as Cengelkoy. The coastal route is lined with posh restaurants and cafes, coming to life at night. 

Investment information

With such strict planning control by the Bosphorus planning committee, Beykoz land and property is at the higher scale for Istanbul. Its views over the Bosphorus are breathtaking, yet combined with this is quite exceptional forest views.

Low density planning ensures limited supply, combined with strict planning laws ensure only one way pricing can go - upwards. Major Istanbul developers are scrambling to get large enough plots of land to build elite and high grade compounds.

Developer Background

This developer can be considered one of the biggest not listed on the stock exchange. Having created a trendy brand, it now has its "fanatic" investors, who will invest in almost every project they create. This developer has smartly stuck to central Istanbul - Sisli, Mecidiyekoy, Taksim, Nisantasi, Tesvikiye, these are all touristic regions, with exceptionally high demand from all sectors of the population - hence the developer has made a killing in buying up cheap land in the past, waiting for its appreciation, and now developing top class serviced apartments.