Here at MAXIMOS Real Estate Turkey, we like to introduce you to an Comfortable Valley View Apartments In Istanbul, Exactly located in Kagithane which is near all the major attractions of Istanbul.
The residential complex has 26.000 m² construction area, 7.000 m² land area, 1.600 m² social area and 3.300 m² greenery area. and consists of 8 blocks of 7-storey and total of 122 apartments.
By Purchasing this Apartment you will enjoy a wonderful Valley View in Kagithane, and If you’re an investor Looking the perfect opportunity then this wonderful Valley View apartments in Kagithane are your Chance, invest now !
50% Down Payment + 12 Month installments
– 24/7 reception
– Indoor and outdoor swimming pools
– Children’s pool and playgrounds
– Turkish Bath
– Steam room
– Massage room
– Fitness center
A small district located on European side, Kağıthane is surrounded by Şişli, Eyüp and Beyoğlu districts, and in the west the Kağıthane Stream merges with the Golden Horn. Even though many people are not aware of it, Kağıthane has a very rich history, which can be noticed by looking at the difference between old and new photographs and taking a better look at some of the history books.
Kağıthane, called Pissa at the time, was founded in the Byzantine period beside the Barbyzes Stream, known as the Kağıthane Stream today. When the Ottomans started to rule Istanbul, Kağıthane caught the attention of the Ottoman Sultans and quickly became a popular recreation area.
Kağıthane is famous for its role in the Tulip period of Ottoman Empire. The Tulip Era, the beginning of the Turkish renaissance, started in 1718 and finished in 1930 as a result of Patrona Halil Revolt. The Tulip Era was a peaceful period in which diplomatic relations with Europe expanded, cultural embassies opened and delegations of Europe were more freely assigned in Istanbul. Above all, the Tulip Period was important for many ground-breaking achievements. In social life, the ruler class of Ottomans started to flirt with European culture and the European entertainment style, clothing fashion, and moral came to Istanbul.