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Valley View Exclusive Apartments In Sarıyer



  • 24 Hour Security
  • Air Conditioning
  • Alarm system
  • ATM
  • Balcony
  • Broadband Internet
  • Cafe
  • Car Park
  • CCTV
  • Central heating
  • Dryer
  • Fire Safety System
  • Fireplace
  • Fitness
  • Garden
  • Green Areas
  • Gym
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry
  • Lawn
  • Lift
  • Luxury Property
  • near hospital
  • near shoppingMall
  • Outdoor Swimming Pool
  • Pilates and Yoga Room
  • Play ground
  • Sauna
  • Security System with Camera
  • Spa and Sauna
  • Swimming Pool
  • TV Cable
  • WiFi


Valley View Exclusive Apartments In Sarıyer

Exceeding all expectations, redefining comfort. Normalizing privileges, giving prestige a whole new dimension. It depicts a fairy-tale life in its most realistic way, with its residences suitable for all tastes, its architecture embracing the Belgrad Forest, its central location and a shopping street that brings the world to your feet. The one that fascinates Istanbul.

Far from the city center, the country lifestyle, the application of low-rise architecture with nature, is in the center of the city after many years. The project invites you to a lush natural life in the heart of Levent.

Patented Healthy Homes concept developed by developer is a philosophy of life de-signed in line with the opinions and directives of the health committee, which is composed of experts, in order to prevent the negative effects of the pandemic. These new living spaces, which prioritize health first in all details of the spaces you live in, are designed with an ecological philosophy and are integrating with nature, inspired the housing industries all over the world and became the pioneer of a global trend.

1+1, 2+1, 3+1, 4+1, 5+1 apartments are located in the project, which started out with the slogan “Istanbul’s most privileged life rises in the Valley”. The size of the apartments in the project varies between 73 square meters and 486 square meters. There is a residence with 419 flats that will serve with the concept of 5-star hotel management.


* Suitable for Citizenship

* Ready to Move in 2024


Project Information:

Located on 23.500 m2 area

419 Apartments

1+1, 2+1, 3+1, 4+1 and 5+1 Bedroom Options



Site Features

Valley Landscape

Walking Track

Parking Garage

Indoor Swimming Pool

Children Swimming Pool

Children’s Playgrounds

Vehicle Charging Station


Turkish Bath

Fitness Center


Outdoor Swimming Pool


Camera Security

Suite Bathroom

Parent Dressing Room

Laundry Room





Rooms Min m2 Max. m2 Min. Price Max. Price
1+1 73,19 m2 110,91 m2 500.000 $ 770.000 $
2+1 118.09 m2 199,27 m2 815.000 $ 1.380.000 $
3+1 193,19 m2 308,87 m2 1.335.000 $ 2.135.000 $
4+1 225,56 m2 365,24 m2 1.558.000 $ 2.528.000 $
5+1 422,35 m2 480,05 m2 2.923.000 $ 3.325.000 $



2 Minutes to Vadistanbul Shopping Mall

4 Minutes to Levent

5 Minutes to Maslak

7 Minutes to Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge

7 Minutes to İstinyePark Shopping Mall

25 Minutes to Istanbul Airport


Fishermen in Sarıyer’s harbour

Sarıyer is connected to downtown Istanbul by Buyukdere Road, the main road from Beşiktaş up to Maslak and beyond; this is the route used by minibuses serving Sarıyer-Beşiktaş. There is also high-speed ferry boat service for commuting to the city. However, as a drive through Sarıyer during commute times and rush hour will attest, many people commute by car.

Sarıyer itself is a traditional working-class Turkish town, lacking in infrastructure. The industry feeds the local fish market and a long line of famous fish restaurants. There are also a variety of cafés, kebab houses and bars, where many of İstanbul’s residents come to eat and drink on weekends. Many of the restaurants are owned by famous musicians, who sometimes put on live shows for customers.

Emirgan is former retreat from the city, backed by a hillside still green despite the recent construction of villas within it. The district is named for the Ottoman lords (Emirs) that came here on excursions. There is a square in the center, shaded by a huge plane tree, with a cafe in the middle. Home to the Sakıp Sabancı Museum.

Reşitpaşa is a crowded district on the hill above Emirgan. It is a big village, with attractive villas and much illegal gecekondu housing on a forested hillside. The modern campus of the Istanbul Stock Exchange is nearby, along with one of the campuses of Istanbul Technical University and a large new mall, Istinye Park.

Istinye is a fishing port, which once contained a shipyard, with a village behind and tea gardens by the sea. As in so many other areas, luxury condos now rise from Istinye’s hillsides. In 2003 the imposing American consulate was built here. The town’s stream was once polluted with sewage. The stream is now biologically treated to eradicate any effluent to the Bosphorus.

Yeniköy consists of luxury villas on a hillside and a small area of tightly packed old houses near the sea. The latter area, the old village, has a longstanding Greek community, evidenced by its Orthodox churches. Yeniköy’s long-established cafes and bakeries lends to a cosmopolitan feeling reminiscent of old Istanbul. Former prime minister Tansu Çiller lives in a town-house on the seafront. In recent years Yeniköy has acquired a community of Filipinos, working as domestic help in the big villas.

Tarabya was formerly the Greek Theràpia, the name of which comes from the Greek word therapeia (therapy) and indicates the area’s former use as a sanctuary from the city for the sick. It is now a classy neighbourhood, dominated by the once grand Tarabya Hotel. There are fish restaurants and ‘taverna’ featuring traditional Turkish music, drink, and atmosphere. Marmara University has a small site here, teaching French, housed in a villa built by Alexander Ypsilantis. A stream once flowed to the Bosphorus, but is now covered by concrete. Tarabya also is home to the German consulate.

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  • Published: August 9, 2022
  • Last Update: August 18, 2022
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