Get lost in the forest and transcend to a higher level in these uniquely constructed villas, inspired by Japanese architecture.
Surrounded by the forests of Resadiye in Cekmekoy, owners are drawn by the tranquility of the region. This ensures your neighbours are not only amongst Istanbul’s wealthiest – but also most powerful, with many local and government ministers living in the small country town.
Each villa is only two storeys, built on a slight gradient – this ensures every villa enjoys forest and valley views. Beyond the land is a steep valley ensuring no further construction in front of the compound.
A delightful mezzanine entances visitors into the villa, with the eye immediately drawn to the window which spans the height of the villa – the villas almost blend into the environment. Finishing and workmanship is of the highest quality – for example, genuine wood has been used throughout, costing $120,000 on each villa alone.
Terracing on each villa is of the traditional Turkish country style, wrapping around the length of the villa. Garden’s are delivered fully manicured and landscaped to Japanese standards.
Resadiye, an elite small town tied to Cekmekoy on the Asian side, is famous amongst Turks for being home to wealthy individuals, including the powerful and famous. This small forgotten town is now home to small villa compounds, in the middle of a beautiful relaxing forest.
With the new third bridge fully built, Resadiye has attracted further middle class families. Link roads provide easy access to key business districts of the Asian side, like the finance centre in Atasehir.
Further major link highways have been built, linking the region to the 1st and 2nd bridges, giving easy access to the business districts of Levent and Sisli.
This private listing is available exclusively with Pera Property. Viewing is by appointment only. Pera Property’s charges a fee of 3% of the contract price on private resale property.