The Ritz-Cartlton, Şişli/İstanbul- Turkey

Two Bedroom Apartment For Sale In Avcilar

Avcılar/İstanbul, Turkey


  • 24 Hour Security
  • Air Conditioning
  • Balcony
  • Car Park
  • Car-parking
  • Central heating
  • Dryer
  • Green Areas
  • Gym
  • Holiday property
  • Investment properties
  • Luxury Property
  • near atm
  • near hospital
  • near shoppingMall
  • Swimming Pool
  • WiFi


Two Bedroom Apartment For Sale In Avcilar

20 Km away Ataturk Airport, 5 Km away Kucukcekmece Lake, 5 Km away from Buyukcekmece Lake
5 Km to Ambarli Marina
25 Km from 3rd Airport
hotels, hospitals, sports centers, restaurants & cafe and schools available around the Project.
Close to all public transportations. (Subway, bus exc.) Walking distance to Metrobus Station.

you will be in the new center of investment and life and all eyes will be on you due to the magnificent architecture. With 26 floors and 2 floors for the commercial area with 252 flats, 56 offices and 32 shops.

Delivery on 2020



The tower was built by the Genoese in 1348, during their occupation of the area, primarily to prevent attacks. Originally known as the Tower of Christ, it stood above the fortification surrounding the Genoese city-state. There is a spiral rock staircase which ascends to the top viewing platform, which today offers visitors spectacular 360 degree panorama of the entire city. The tower was restored in 1967, and an elevator was installed to offer a less tiring alternative to the steep climb. There is also a restaurant on the top floor.

Two Bedroom Apartment For Sale In Avcilar

Two Bedroom Apartment For Sale In Avcilar
Two Bedroom Apartment For Sale In Avcilar


Considered to be symbolic of Istanbul, this tiny tower was established on a small island at the southern entrance of the Bosphorus. In the past, it was used as a watchtower and a lighthouse. It’s now a touristic fascility. Western sources describe this as Leander’s Tower, who was drowned while swimming, to reach his lover Hera. Another story suggests that it was a tower where an emperor’s daughter put her there for security, having dreamt that she would be bitten by a snake.

Two Bedroom Apartment For Sale In Avcilar

Two Bedroom Apartment For Sale In Avcilar
Two Bedroom Apartment For Sale In Avcilar


Within the grounds of the central building of Istanbul’s University (formerly the palace of Mehmet the Conqueror) this wooden tower was built for fire watchers, and remains a landmark throughout the city. Mahmud II demolished it in order to construct a better one, and according to the inscription, he ordered a rock-filled tower in 1828 to be built by the Ministry of Defense. The monument is 50m high, and from the upper landing, accessible via wooden staircase, offers a superb overview of the city.—Two Bedroom Apartment For Sale In Avcilar


The most picturesque spots along the Bosphorus and Golden Horn were reserved for the palaces and mansions for the Sultans, and other important dignitaries, most of which have now gone. This huge palace was constructed by architect Serkis Balyan in 1871, as appointed by Sultan Abdul Aziz, from the ruins of the old palace.
The interior was rebuilt, at a cost of four million gold coins, beginning with covering the ceiling with wood and the walls with marble.

The rooms were decorated with rare carpets, furniture, gold and silver. The sides of the building were decorated with coloured marble, and monumental gates connected it to Yildiz Palace, via a bridge, which is how the harem women went between the two, in total privacy.

It briefly housed the Turkish Parliament from 1908 to 1910, but was destroyed by a fire two years later, and was only rebuilt in 1991. Now, it is Istanbul’s premier luxury hotel, and has retained something of its former glory.

Two Bedroom Apartment For Sale In Avcilar

Two Bedroom Apartment For Sale In Avcilar
Two Bedroom Apartment For Sale In Avcilar


Built in the reign of Sultan I Abdulmecit during the 19th century, this over-ornate palace lies along the European coast of the Bosphorus. Dolmabahce Palace was constructed between 1843 and 1856, mixing different European artistic influences and built by Abdulmecit’s architect, Karabet Balya.

It was built over three levels, and symmetrically planned, with 285 chambers and 43 halls. It has a 600m long pier along the bosphorus, with two huge monumental gates. The palace is surrounded by well-maintained and immaculate gardens, with an immense 56-columned greeting hall, with 750 lights illuminated from 4.5 tonnes of Bohemian chandelier. The entrance was used for meeting and greeting Sultans, and opposite the ceremonial hall was the harem. The interior decoration, furniture, silk carpets and curtains all remain with little defect.

Two Bedroom Apartment For Sale In Avcilar


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  • Published: July 29, 2019
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