BUYUKADA ISLAND PROPERTY
Very beautiful Istanbul property development in Buyukada Island in Istanbul which was completed and opened its gates to their residences June 2011. It is a luxury Istanbul Real Estate example with magnifcient sea view of Marmara Sea and Istanbul from Price Islands. Residence is just 20 minutes boat journey from Istanbul. It is a perfect choice as a holiday home and as residential. For the ones who are visiting Istanbul a few times in a year, it is perfect place. Buyukada is a very upmarket residential area with a nice neighbourhood.
It is a combination of perfect city life and stylish living with a few meters distance to beautiful restaurans, cafes in Istanbul Buyukada town centre.
Residence is an ideal living centre for the ones who expect more than “house” with its stylish and luxury interior designs in a location where it senses the everlasting magnificient panoramic views of beautiful Istanbul and Marmara Sea.
This new luxury project with sea views, it consists of 32 high quality properties together with 1 and 2 bedroom apartments on offer.
The complex is located in upmarket residential area of Istanbul and luxury development which includes wonderful facilities such as sports and fitness centre, outdoor swimming pool, Turkish Bath, Sauna, 24 hour security, covered car-parking.
İt is located in Büyükada which is the biggest island in Marmara Sea. Large wooden mansions still remain from the 19th century when wealthy Greek and Armenian bankers built them as a holiday villas. The island has always been a place predominantly inhabited by minorities.
Buyukada has long had a history of people coming here in exile or retreat; its most famous guest being Leon Trotsky, who stayed for four years writing ‘The History of the Russian Revolution’. The monastery of St George also played host to the granddaughter of Empress Irene, and the royal princess Zoe, in 1012.
The island consists of two hills, both surmounted by monasteries, with a valley between. Motor vehicles are banned, so getting around the island can be done by graceful horse and carriage, leaving from the main square of Isa Celebi Sokak. Bicycles can also be hired.
The southern hill, Yule Tepe, is the quieter of the two and also home of St George’s Monastery. It consists of a series of chapels on three levels, the site of which is a building dating back to the 12th century. In Byzantine times it was used as an asylum, with iron rings on the church floors used to restrain patients. On the northern hill is the monastery İsa Tepe, a 19th century house.
The entire Buyukada island is lively and colourful, with many restaurants, hotels, tea houses and shops. There are very big well-kept houses, trim gardens, and pine groves, as well as plenty of beach and picnic areas.
In this complex, you can find many facilities such as:
These apartments are also available as 2+1 units.