Forest View Flat For Sale In AcarBlu Residence

reference no: 274784
Beykoz, İstanbul
for sale
residential
residence
GROSS 261 m2
NET 181 m2
20.485.000 TL
Beykoz, İstanbul
for sale
residential
residence
GROSS 261 m2
NET 181 m2
3+13
20.485.000 TL
info

AcarBlu is a residental luxurious real estate project that embraces the 'family residence' concept in addition to the 'home office' culture.
The project is located in Beykoz, on the Asian side of the Bosphorus, between FSM Bridge and Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge. For its unique location in the highest point of Beykoz, it overlooks the Bosphorus, the Black Sea and the Northern Forests. 
Although AcarBlu is not far from the city center, it is not affected by the traffic jams and noise in the city as in other areas. 
Acarblu offers hygene and otel comfort to family life for the firs time in Turkey with 'ensuite bathroom' design in all bedrooms. 
Being surrounded by private terrace lets the fresh pine forest air in every room. 
It was built on an area 1165 m2 includind 237 m2 green area and 237 m2 walking path. It is also a pet friendly residence project.
The social facilities are located under the twin tower in 3 floors. 
Social Facilities:
Indoor swimming pool
Party room
Meeting rooms
Fitness center
SPA 
Table tennis
Pets park
Turkish bath 
Flat Features:
215-275 sqm indoor usable area 
Smart home system
3 ensuite bedrooms, 1 living room, WC 
5-8 sqm storage 

Property information contained in this Listing/Presentation is based on the owner’s declaration and the resources Space has access to within the framework of its authority. It should not be seen as any commitment on Space’s behalf.

properties

room / saloon
3+1
bath room
3
property age
5
habitation
Unoccupied
view
City, Forest
floors
24
at floor
6-10
parking space
elevator
fire escape
security
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Amber Erdoğan
After 15 years of experience in PR and sales & marketing in construction industry, Amber has been in Space Kandilli for 8 years. Amber, who is an expert on the Anatolian side of the Bosphorus line from Beylerbeyi to Beykoz, graduated from the Department of Eastern Languages and Literatures at Istanbul University. She likes to paint and spend time with her cats in her spare times.