Property for sale in Yalova
Among the largest fertile real estate environments in Turkey are tourist properties in Yalova, a destination for visitors from all over the world annually and the city of the largest group for shipbuilding in the world and the castle of hot springs and green parks that make it teeming with tourist mobility, which led to high demand for property for sale in Yalova for renting them to tourists with high profitability returns throughout the year, and property prices are increasing year after year due to the expansion of interest in them, whether by construction companies with huge projects or by investors who have purchased large numbers of properties of various types of residential "apartments" Villas "and commercial" shops and offices "and tourist" hotels in particular. "
Alhuda Real Estate company offers you many options of property for sale in Yalova, which mixes the originality of history with the modernity of the present.
Maslak, or the pearl of Istanbul, which belongs to the Sariyer region on the European side of Istanbul, is famous for its green views and sophistication. It was recently classified as the third most expensive region in Turkey. Maslak contains museums, palaces, and castles dating back to the seventeenth century that narrates the region's history, which was a center for the nobles, princes, and sultans of the Ottoman era. Maslak is considered one of the safest areas against earthquakes in Istanbul and is distinguished by its high floor and picturesque views of the charming Belgrade forests' greenery, which made its air fresh and clean and its climate suitable for living. Maslak has many high-rise residential and commercial towers and luxury hotels, restaurants, and malls with impressive views of the Bosphorus, which has turned it into a destination for the wealthy Turks and foreigners.
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The project is located in Seyrantepe in Kağıthane District, in a central location, with views of the Bosphorus Bridge and forests. The project area is 9525 distributed over two buildings. The first b...