Turkey extends over large areas that unite the two continents of Europe and Asia and is divided into 81 states and surrounded by several countries and seas.
Turkey’s population of Turks and foreigners exceeds 84 million, and Istanbul is the largest Turkish city with a population of 16 million.
In a classification issued by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), Turkey ranked fourth in the world in terms of the number of tourists visiting the country
This came after hosting nearly 33 million tourists in 2022
The large population factor necessitated, of course, finding many types of apartments in Turkey, and among the most prominent states that sell real estate in Turkey
Bursa, Antalya, Yalova, Ankara, Trabzon, Sakarya, Izmir stand out.
But the most important city remains the historic city of Istanbul
Turkey’s tourist, cultural and economic capital.
It is one of the largest Turkish cities and ranks seventh in the world in terms of population
It is characterized by a diverse geographical land and a charming nature that extends over two continents.
Istanbul is called by many names, such as:
Astana – Byzantium – Islambul – Constantinople – City of Minarets – City of Seven Hills
The picturesque nature of Turkey and its great strategic location in the world made it a promising future for investment and it will return a lot of profits.
In addition, the value of the Turkish real estate market at the present time amounts to more than 258 billion dollars, which makes Turkey a huge market capable of rapid growth,
In addition, Turkey has provided many incentives for foreign investors due to the great economic importance of investing in real estate in Turkey in various types of real estate investment.
In this article, we will discuss the types of apartments in Turkey:
The Penthouse Apartments:
There are several factors combined that lead to labeling the apartment as such, namely:
- To be at a high altitude within a high tower or skyscraper, provided that all surrounding buildings are of a lower height.
- Completely glass walls.
- The apartment is built on a full floor, 360 degrees.
- Full view of the surround from all sides.
- High quality finishes.
- Many advantages can be added to the apartment, especially the smart home system and others.
The apartment must be equipped with two floors, and it can be built independently, like a villa, or within a complex with two consecutive floors.
It is a 3-storey apartment that large families usually want to buy, and it can be in a stand-alone building or within a residential complex.
It is an apartment consisting of one and a half floors, meaning that the upper floor is a small floor, with an area that allows it to fully reveal the lower floor
The ceilings of the rooms in these apartments are usually high in order to accommodate one and a half floors.
When going to buy real estate in Turkey, especially Istanbul real estate, most buyers want apartments that combine a detached house and a hotel
Which prompted many Turkish construction companies to construct apartments with hotel benefits, especially in modern residential complexes.
From luxurious designs and hotel services to varying degrees,
Certainly, these apartments must be equipped with a smart home system to save effort, time and money in obtaining all hotel services.
They are ordinary apartments built on roofs, and the shape of the roof is inclined, being the roof of the building, so that rain water does not collect on its roof.
Sometimes it is connected to the last floor of the building to be more like a duplex apartment
Chalets are spread densely on the sea shores, and no apartment can be called by this name if it is not a few meters away from the beaches.
They are simple apartments in independent buildings of one, two or three rooms at most.
Villas in Turkey:
The villa is a luxurious apartment by all standards, and it can be independent or within a villa complex
However, it must be within buildings separated from each other. Each building consists of one villa or two villas attached to each other.
Villas usually consist of two or three floors or more, and all floors have balconies, while the last floor has a spacious terrace.
Villas must be within natural locations such as coastal lines on the seas or in forests, in order to be far from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Villas in Turkey… charming nature and stunning views
Villas in Turkey differ from the rest of the real estate in an important and basic point that they cannot be located in any location, but there are conditions such as the location being near the sea or along or inside its forests,
In the sense that it is somewhat remote from city centers, main streets, and urban areas.
The aim of the villas being located on the sea beaches or within the forests and gardens is not only the most beautiful enjoyment of the rich charming nature
Rather, to impose peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy the sound of sea waves and seagulls.
Or enjoying the rustle of forest trees and breathing fresh healthy air without the overlapping smells of car exhausts and factory fumes.
What is the reason for the direction of foreign investors towards villas in Turkey?
Villas in Turkey have striking and luxurious architecture, but the question remains, what is the reason for directing the compass of foreign investors to villas in Turkey?
The distinguished location of Turkey in the middle of the world and its extension on two continents and its possession of 4 seas imposed a mild climate and a charming nature of mountains, plateaus, valleys, hills and waterfalls.
This has earned it the title of “Turkey’s Paradise on Earth”, and in recent years people have started a journey back to still nature
Where time passes slowly in a rural atmosphere full of nature, fleeing from the noise of cities and factories and the pace of life, especially in the summer months and holiday seasons.
It is interesting that Turkey is among the few countries in the world that do not have deserts on its lands, and perhaps this prompted Gulf investors in particular to own villas in Turkey
The cities of “Trabzon, Istanbul, Bodrum, Antalya, Yalova, Bursa” stand out among the Turkish cities that sell the most villas because of the unique nature of each of them.
And much more for historical villas in some luxurious areas, which means wide options that suit the investor’s budget.
Types of villas in Turkey:
It is located on the outskirts of cities and is usually far from tourist places and huge vital projects.
It is distinguished by its sea or forest views, and it is among the natural tourism sites.
They are historical palaces and are known for their exorbitant and very exorbitant prices, and their buyers are often from the wealthy class and princes of the Arabian Gulf.
On the banks of the Bosphorus from the coasts of the Black Sea to the coasts of the Sea of Marmara on the European and Asian bank sand it is considered the most expensive villas in all of Turkey
Because of its vital location and its view of the Bosphorus Strait and bridges.
The best areas for owning villas in Turkey:
Located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea near the Turkish state of Antalya, Alanya is distinguished by its luxurious villas and modern designs that are in harmony with the coastal atmosphere.
It is one of the closest Turkish cities to Istanbul and is a good choice for owning a villa
Fethiye enjoys a vibrant private atmosphere, in addition to one of the most beautiful seaports in Turkey.
The Beylikduzu region in European Istanbul mediates the coast of the Sea of Marmara on the E-5 highway side,
It is surrounded by green spaces, especially the governmental Yasham Valley, which extends over an area of one million square meters. Villas abound in this area, which enjoys many advantages, including:
- Extensive sea views.
- Green spaces surround most of the buildings in the area.
- The area is a mixture of rural nature and urban areas.
- There are many service landmarks such as hospitals, schools, universities and shopping centers.
- It is adjacent to the E-5 highway, and thus several metrobus stations linking it with the rest of the city.
- Beylikduzu is home to the second largest marina (yacht port) in Turkey.
The history of Istanbul living among its corridors, Uskudar is the historical fragrance in Istanbul
Among its oldest areas, it has a charming location on the banks of the Bosphorus and many modern and historical villas in many shapes, designs and specifications.
Beykoz is the witness of the confluence of the Bosphorus Strait with the Black Sea, north of Istanbul, and has many unique advantages:
- Enchanting views of the Bosphorus Strait and its second and third bridges.
- Views of the coasts of the Black Sea and its golden sands
- The vast, beautiful and attractive forests of Beykoz, not only for tourists, but also for Turkish drama makers.
- Polishkoye village (Polish village).
- Various tourist attractions and places such as “the hill and tomb of the Prophet Joshua, Sabil Ishaq Pasha, Yoros Castle, Anatolian Castle, Khedive Palace, Beykoz Palace,
- Archaeological Museum of Illumination, Beykoz Summer Inn
- All these advantages led to the availability of dozens of modern and historical villas in the area.
The capital of villas in European Istanbul, surrounded by “Guzalja, Beylikduzu, Esenyurt, Silivri”,
It is famous for its possession of Büyükçekmece Lake and its wide areas on the coasts of the Sea of Marmara.
It owns many tourist and historical places, most notably the Mimar Sinan Bridge (Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent Bridge), which constitutes an immortal architectural miracle until today.
In addition to many tourist places, which made Büyükçekmece home to dozens of villas that have specifications suitable for housing and investment at the same time.