One of the essential examples of Ottoman architecture and design and one of the first waterfront mansions of Bosphorus, Baha Bey Waterfront Mansion, was built in the late 19th century.
Baha Bey Yalısı, which was rebuilt in the early 1940s, has hosted numerous intellectual get-togethers over the years and has been home to various artists, from writer Sabahattin Ali to Bedri Rahmi Eyüboğlu, from Ece Ayhan to Orhan Veli.
Located only 100 meters from Çengelköy Pier and within a 426 square meter plot of land, the waterfront mansion has three floors, each with a single apartment.
The mansion also has a shared spacious garden with a stunning Istanbul and Bosphorus view and a 17-meter dock.
- 150 square meters of gross indoor use area,
- Three rooms, each with a bathroom,
- Open-plan kitchen,
- Built-in white goods,
- Modern interior design.