This fabulous custom built mansion is set over three levels, and offers spacious family living in the forests of Istanbul.
With nearly 3,000 sqm of land, the mansion offers plenty of green space. The mansion was built over three levels, and offers eight large bedrooms. The entrance is grand to say the least, with a 45 sqm entree leading to a 61 sqm living room, which seamlessly opens up to a lush green garden with pool. The ground floor offers a 34 sqm fully fitted kitchen, a maid's room and of course a sauna. A 15 sqm offers home office work space.
The second level is dominated by a 96 sqm living room with 46 sqm balcony overlooking the green space. Two bedrooms and a 42 sqm study finish this level.
The third floor offers four master bedrooms, all with en suite bathrooms, and all with views over the green forests.
This is a real family home finished to a high standard of craftmanship, and with first class materials used throughout. Floor to ceiling windows ensure plenty of light enters the mansion. The garden is maintained to an exquisited standard. Built 20 years ago, it has been maintained by the current owner to an excellent standard. Security is provided by high walls and CCTV, with space for additional manned security if needed.
This product is available as full payment in cash only, with short term payment plans by negotiation only.
Situated in the historic Bahcekoy town of Sariyer, this authentic region has a past going back as far as Suleyman the magnificient. The Belgrade forest was named by Sultan Suleyman himself, after settling in the region after returning from Belgrade.
Today Bahcekoy maintains its exclusive past, and is primarily occupied by elite families of Istanbul. As is the case with the majority of Sariyer, the demographics of the region are exceptionally high.
Bahcekoy is filled with private compounds of this type, with absolutely no high density construction permitted. Its proximity to the Bosphorous, and all types of amenities ensure Bahcekoy will remain an exclusive region for generations to come.
Sariyer is home to the most expensive real estate not just in Istanbul, but probably in the world. With Bosphorus front villas changing hands for over 80 million dollars, Sariyer is up there with Champs-Elysees, Paris and Hampstead, London. With the most of Sariyer falling into a protected zone of Forests and the Bosphorus protection zone, supply of genuinely high grade homes is limited. Bosphorus front villas rarely change hands, and construction is limited in general to two storeys.
Very rarely, in areas like Maslak, and Seyrantepe, tall skyscrapers have been allowed - yet these will be restricted to a very small number. Hence upon completion, high quality complexes will be in short supply, yet demand remains very high.
This has pushed prices in the region, and this means rental yield is below the Istanbul average. A purchase in this region from an investment aspect will be based on the capital appreciation, and not the yield. Expect excellent capital appreciation in the double digits each year, and expect to be able to sell your home here a lot sooner than other regions of Istanbul.