We MAXIMOS Real Estate Turkey are more than happy to introduce to you these Smart-Home Apartments In Kagithane. These properties for sale in Istanbul are your way to enjoy the Metropolitan City from a totally different perspective.
Buying apartments of this project will assure you an excellent investment opportunity, as the location of this project is chosen to be the center of the city and is considered to be close to all major attractions.
This residential project with the magnificent Belgrad forest views consists of 3 blocks, 117 apartments and 12 stories on 3.610 m² land area with 1+1, 2+1 and 3+1 blocks.
– 24/7 reception
– Indoor and outdoor swimming pools
– Steam room
– Massage room
– Fitness center
– Children’s pool and playgrounds
– Turkish Bath
1.1 km from Taksim-Beşiktaş-Dolmabahçe Tunnel
1.5 km from E-5
4 km from TEM
5.7 km away from the Bosphorus Bridge
7.6 km away from Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge
500 meters from Kabataş-Mahmutbey under construction metro line
Kağıthane is a small district situated on the European side encompassed by Şişli, Eyüp and Beyoğlu locale, and in the west the Kağıthane Stream converges with the Golden Horn. Despite the fact that a lot of individuals don’t know much about this vicinity, Kağıthane has a rich history, which can be seen by the distinction among old and new photos and by looking in-depth at some of the history books as well.
Kağıthane, called Pissa at the time, was established in the Byzantine time frame next to the Barbyzes Stream, known as the Kağıthane Stream today. At the point when the Ottomans began to manage Istanbul, Kağıthane grabbed the eye of the Ottoman Sultans and immediately turned into a mainstream 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. Most importantly, the Tulip Period was significant for some, noteworthy accomplishments. In public activity, the ruler class of Ottomans began to play with European culture.