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Information about the object
Square: от 78 m²
Number of bedrooms: 1+1, 2+1, 3+1
More Details: Apartments, Apartments
Distance to the sea: 14300 m
Delivery date: 30.06.2023
About the project
Wake up every morning in a green environment, welcoming the day from the place where you can breathe the freshest air in Istanbul... The opportunity to look at the Princes' Islands from the highest point in Istanbul... Spend as much time as you want in nature with your loved ones, without leaving the city and start a new life in a safe area with your family...
Living spaces are designed to enable you to enjoy your most precious moments with your loved ones.
Thanks to the earthquake-resistant design of the project, a healthy environment awaits you, where you will live safely with your family.
The project is built on an area of 14,500 square meters, consisting of 360 apartments. This is a residential center consisting of a 3-storey covered parking, 2 indoor pools, business rooms, a children's area, street shops, a large landscaped area and playgrounds. You can run on a treadmill, visit the gym or the Aidos forest.
A quiet life awaits you with its social areas, shops, modern architecture, panoramic views, spacious apartments from 1+1 to 3+1.
Enjoy the privilege of walking and jogging on the property at any time of the day and stay fit!
The residential complex is located in the Kartal district of Istanbul. It is located on the highest hill of Istanbul, in a rocky area, with modern architecture and terrace options 1+1, 2+1, 3+1 and 3+1 T. You will enjoy the view of the Sea of Marmara and islands, breathe fresh air.< /p>
There are two rumors about the origin of the name Kartalinsky district. The first is that it comes from the fishing village of Kartalimen, which was founded in the 6th century. The second rumor says that he comes from the hill of Aidos, which in Greek means "Eagle"; and located in this region. During the archaeological excavations carried out here, many artifacts from the Byzantine, Anatolian, Seljuk and Ottoman periods were found.
Aydos Forest, one of Istanbul's rare forest areas, attracts many visitors with its magnificent natural beauty and clean air. With a height of 537 meters, this is the highest point in Istanbul, which offers a unique view. This area, which includes the Aidos Pond and the Aidos Castle, is a unique place for those who play sports, take walks or have picnics.
Suleiman Shah, who conquered all of Anatolia in an epic struggle in 1080-1083, saved all the people living here from oppression. And with the conquest of Pendik, Kartal and Maltepe in 1081, he signed the border treaty “Dragos Stream” with the Byzantine emperor of that period. This treaty established the first written border between Turks and Byzantines in Anatolia. The Seljuk sultan Kutalmyshoglu Gazi - one of the valuable military figures of the Ottoman principality - served as a fighter on the Byzantine border before the conquest of Bursa. He organized raids on fortresses around Istanbul. It was built by order of Orkhan Gazi during the conquest of the Aydos fortress in 1328. The castle was conquered by the tactics used in the letter written after the dream of the daughter of the owner of the castle. After the daughter of the owner of the castle became a Muslim, she married and raided Iznik.
The castle, which served as the entrance to Istanbul from the east, covers an area of 26,000 square meters. m, starting from its outer walls, and is located on the continuation of the Aidos hill with a height of 325 meters. It is believed that the construction of the castle was started in the 11th or 12th century. Two fortifications - internal and external; six towers on the inner defensive wall and seven towers on the outer wall. Orkhan Gazi assigned his valuable commanders such as Abdurrahman Gazi, Akcha Koca and Konur Alp to conquer the Aydos fortress, which is a very important point of defense. Abdurrahman Ghazi and his soldiers captured the castle with the help of the daughter of the owner of the castle. After the capture of Izmit in 1337, the castle lost its significance and was again destroyed by Orhan Gazi.