Beykoz is one of istanbul’s districts on the Anatolian side at the northern end of the Bosphorus. Surrounded by the Bosphorus to the west, Sile to the east, the Black Sea to the north and Cekmekoy, Uskudar ve Umraniye to the south.
The oldest known history of Beykoz dates back to 900 BC. In 395 A.D. Beykoz was part of the Roman empire until the Roman Emperor Theodosyus the Great divided into the Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantium) and the Western Roman Empire.
With its 3,000-year history, Beykoz is the first place in Istanbul conquered by the Ottomans. 51 years before the conquest of Istanbul by Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror, Beykoz was incorporated into the borders of the Ottoman Empire by Yildirim Bayezid. The Sultans and their court went to Beykoz for hunting and an escape from the city in the Ottoman period.
The district is famous for its view, color houses and fishing actives. Fish restaurants in the district attract many local and foreign tourist. Colorful houses attracting photographers’ attention with their amazing appearances, and also arouse interest of a lot of foreigner and local tourist.
The district consists of 45 neighborhoods. This district is preferred by families looking a house for comfortable living and investment opportunity with many luxury property projects. Its real estate market is growing day by day. Beykoz holds some of the most luxurious new development in the Istanbul area.
Beykoz is a place for family life and a growing investment market for domestic and foreign investor at the same time. The district has many luxury flats and Istanbul homes for sale. There are also incredible luxury villas that attract investors’ attention.
You can find properties in Beykoz with high standards of quality and in an optimum location to fulfill your expectations. Whether you are looking for your own home, or an investment property, Beykoz has a wide variety of real estate options.
In other words, the real estate market of Beykoz appeals to different investors for different reasons. If you are interesting in learning more or need advice regarding neighborhoods, please call or message us. You can also visit our office to have a chat with a specialist.