This sophisticated and empathetically restored mansion is located on the shores of the prestigious Bosphorous, enjoying dazzling unobstructed views over the world famous Bosphorous bridges. Created in 1915 on almost 6,00 sqm of land, this mansion is a masterpiece of late Ottoman architecture.
The mansion is filled with examples of intricate craftmanship, with elaborate marble work, elegant Turkish parquet floors, and antique chandeliers.
A total seven bedrooms and two living rooms make up this mansion. The upper level is made up of a 123 sqm living room and accompanied by a 94 sqm terrace. A 24 sqm kitchen with island is the ideal setting for entertaining guests. Three large bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a walk in wardrobe complete the upper level. All rooms on this level enjoy full Bosphorous views.
The ground level is made up of a large open space of nearly 70 sqm, with additional space for a maid's room, bathroom, and a utility room. Entrance to the mansion is via a huge 120 sqm plus shared enclosed area, providing a grand entrance to an absolute masterpiece of a home.
The mansion was recently refurbished to an exceptional and modern standard, without trespassing on any of the historic features.
Located on the shores of the Bosphorous at Arnavutkoy, this mansion has been home to the rich and famous, including Turkey's first female prime minister. Arnavutkoy is an elite part of Besiktas, along with Bebek and Yenikoy, it is where the uber wealthy and powerful of Istanbul live.
This mansion is available exclusively to Pera Property. Internal viewing is strictly by appointment.
This product is available as full payment in cash only, with short term payment plans by negotiation only.
Besiktas is one of Istanbul's oldest, most historical districts. Home to palaces, the elite, and the wealthy, it's history is as old as the Ottoman empire.
Today Besiktas is one of Istanbul's premium and most expensive districts, as much of Besiktas enjoys sea front Bosphorus views. This makes it home to some of the world's most expensive real estate.
Bebek and Arnavutkoy on the Bosphorus coast are two of the most expensive regions of Turkey, with average prices at nearly $20,000 per square metres on new homes.
The business district of Levent is connected to Besiktas and average over $10,000 per square metres.