New apartments in a prestigious and well-organized area of Antalya combines modern high-quality construction, great location, comfort, warmth, beautiful decoration, refinement and design. Tlis city is the heaven on earth.
Decorative high-lit garden walls, remote controlled vehicle access, safety box.
Video intercom system, stair-sensor lighting, cable TV lounge. Digiturk and satellite dish on the roof sub-structure, electronic meters, all rooms with air conditioning systems infrastructure.
Large-volume capacity of 4 persons in each block, decorative design lift 320 kg.
Door and Joinery:
Window joinery: 1 grade PVC insulated glass 4 +16 +4 louvered
Apartment doors: Natural wood finish and natural finish, double-locked steel door safety switch
Interior doors: polished natural wood-finished natural
Entrance and corridors: Water-proof plastic paint over satin plaster
Hall and rooms: Satin plaster with water-proof plastic paint
Kitchen: water-proof plastic paint on walls, decorative ceramics class
Bathrooms: highclass decorative ceramics
Entrance and corridors: Hidden light boxed cornice
Hall and rooms: living room decorative boxed cornice
Other rooms drywall, plaster water based ceiling paint over satin plaster
Flooring and Finishes:
Entrance and corridors: highclass decorative ceramics
Hall and rooms: Imported wood floor lock system
Bathroom cabinet: Coated or laminated hilton sink
Sanitary Ware: highclass brands
Fixtures: highclass brands
Shower stall: Leg cabin boat and glass protection
Decorative PVC ceiling upside down
Made of natural wood veneered MDF kitchen cabinets, double bowl sink top and bottom built-in products (oven, hob, extractor hood, dishwasher), marble benchtop.
Antalya is a Turkish resort city with a yacht-filled Old Harbor and beaches flanked by large hotels. It’s a gateway to Turkey’s southern Mediterranean region, known as the Turquoise Coast for its blue waters. Remnants remain from Antalya’s time as a major Roman port. These include Hadrian’s Gate, built to honor the Roman emperor’s visit in 130 A.D and 2nd-century Hidirlik Tower, with harbor views.
Completed in December 2012