for sale by Maximos Real Estate agency.
The Residence consists of 1 block has in total of 14 apartments for sale. Apartments have a beautiful view on the mountains. Nearby the Residence there is a public park, shops, weekly bazaar, cafes and restaurants and marina. The public beach with special beach clubs stretches for 7 km and is located in 1,5 km from the Residence.
Each apartment has built-in kitchen and bathroom. Big terrace in the apartments will provide you amazing view on the Taurus mountains. The compound was built in February 2015 with the usage of quality materials for exterior and interior design.
In the archaeological excavations, people were proved to have lived in Antalya and its environs 40.000 years ago. From the date 2000 BC, this region was ruled under the control of city-states such as Hittite, Pamphylia, Lycia, Cilicia and Persia, Alexander the Great and its successors Antigonos, Ptolemais, Selevkos and the King of Pergamon. Roman Period later started to reign. The ancient name of Antalya was Pamphylia and the cities built in this area lived their golden age especially in the 2nd and 3rd centuries.
Towards the 5th century, they began to lose their glory.
While the city region was under the Eastern Roman Empire or, a widely known name in Turkey, Byzantines, in 1207 the Seljuks took over the lands. In the period of Anatolian Principalities, the city entered into the sovereignty of Hamitoğulları which was a family from Teke tribe. Teke Turkmens are also one of the largest populated tribe in today’s Turkmenistan, old Turkish homeland. In the 11th century, a part of this tribe came to Antalya.
Today Teke Area is another name of the Region of Lake (Göller Yöresi) which covers the north of Antalya and some parts of Isparta and Burdur. In the Ottoman period, today’s Antalya city centre is the centre of the Teke District of Anatolia Province. In those years, this place is called Teke Sanjak. The current name of the Antalya city is a little bit changed form of her ancient name and has been given in the Republican period.