Flat for sale is located in Beyoğlu Taksim Istiklal Street . Taksim is also one of the popular districts of Istanbul. Going to Taksim is like entering through the gates of freedom. When we accept that Istanbul is the most exciting and intriguing city in the world, we can say that Beyoğlu owes its mystery, charm and intriguing elements. In Beyoğlu, which has 45 different neighborhoods, cultural differences appear like a giant mosaic. With entertainment, art, culture, festivals, thousands of different restaurants, cafes and bars, Beyoğlu is a place where you can experience Istanbul in all aspects.
- The apartment has 80 m² of living space. It consists of 3 rooms and 1 bathroom in total. All rooms are Bright and can be used as a bedroom or living room. The bathroom has a shower.
- The kitchen is in a separate room and equipped with kitchen appliances.
- It is about 5 km from the apartment to the beach. The nearest airport is approx. It is 50 km away.
- The items in the flat are for sale and the items are included in the price. Equipped with satellite / TV, internet, air conditioning.
- The circle contains a camera system. Many luxury homes are equipped with a similar system in Turkey.
- 1 minutes walking distance to Taksim square. All public transportation is available. Subway, Bus, Minibus.
- It is 15 minutes walking distance to Karaköy. Transportation network is available to all parts of Istanbul by transferring to the Marmaraya line by bus, Karaköy pier, tramway.
Date: The first residents of Beyoğlu were non-Muslims who came from Galata and settled here slowly. The start of European construction in Beyoğlu, which was known as "Grand Rue de Pera" at that time, dates back to this period.European architectures, which have been hosting the embassies of many countries for many years, made Beyoğlu the most cosmopolitan and culturally diverse region of the city. The cultural difference spreading to the city is a feature that has manifested itself in Beyoğlu since the 18th century. moved.
Taksim, the Heart of Beyoğlu: Beyoğlu may have taken its name from the Prince of Pontus, or from the Venetian ambassador Andre Giritti… Nobody is sure about this. The only thing to be sure about Beyoğlu is that his heart beats on İstiklal Caddesi. Because both Istanbulites and Turks living in other cities and tourists visiting Istanbul from foreign countries leave themselves to Istiklal Street to solve the mystery of Beyoğlu. With its souvenir shops, back streets that tell thousands of stories and keep secrets, the Kumbaracı Slope down to Tophane and its wonderful venues, İstiklal Caddesi is a place that never loses its originality.
Living in Beyoğlu: Everyone has something to say about Beyoğlu. But not everyone can express an opinion when it comes to living. You shouldn't believe anything after you really go and live. You can be sure that living in Beyoğlu will be a personal experience. Beyoğlu is suitable for both those who love crowd and those who do not. Because there are hundreds of shortcuts to escape from the crowd, and after you become an experienced Beyoğlu resident, it will not be a secret that you cannot learn.
Health Institutions: Taksim Education and Research Hospital, Private Austria Sen Jorj Hospital, Prof. Dr. N. Reşat Belger Beyoğlu Eye Training and Research Hospital, Gümüşsuyu Military Hospital, Beyoğlu Family Health Organization No. 10
Educational Institutions: Firuzağa Primary School, Cihangir Münir Özkul Secondary School, Galatasaray Secondary School, Halıcıoğlu High School for the Hearing Impaired, Galatasaray High School, Private Italian High School, Private Sai̇ntepulcheri French School, Private Tarhan Primary School and Secondary School, Private Zografyon Greek Private Central Greek School, Private Esayan Armenian School, Private Getronagan Armenian Anatolian School, Private Tarhan College, Private German College, Private Sankt Georg Austrian School, Private Sai̇nt Benoi̇t French High School, Private Italian Gallery, Private Italian Gallery, School, Private Sai̇nte Pulcherie French School, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Istanbul Private Sabahhattin Zaim University, Beyken University Faculty of Law
Square metre for property for sale in Turkey are generally stated according to English/USA standard. Net square metre excludes for example the balcony. Please substract roughly 10 to 15 %.
Once a purchase contract is signed, the buyer will be charged a 2.36% placement / finishing fee including VAT on the purchase price.
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