Charming, central& cozy 2 bedroom condo

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Description from the owner

  • Apartment
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 4

Type: Apt. / Condo

Charming, central& cozy 2 bedroom condo

The Emin Cami apartment is an elegant yet quiet jewel. This charming and quiet holiday apartment is situated in a beautiful, 19th century, Greek-designed building in the Aynalı Çeşme quarter, a lively residential and yet quiet neighbourhood situated in the heart of Beyoğlu, located on the third floor

The spacious and bright apartment is furnished with great attention to detail. Furniture and equipment of the apartment satisfy both aesthetic and functional high standards. High ceilings and stripped floorboards give the apartment an elegant old-fashioned charm.

Two bedrooms each with a double bed, a bathroom with separate toilet and a large, ...Read more

About the owner

Living Istanbul

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  • Response time A few hours
  • Calendar updated 7 days ago
  • Overall rating
    4.8 / 5.0 based on 36 reviews and 5 properties


Charming, central& cozy 2 bedroom condo
Istanbul, Istanbul & Marmara, Turkey

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Additional Location Information

The apartment, close to the Istanbul Taksim Square and Istiklal Avenue, the famous shopping and entertainment street. Many restaurants, traditional Meyhanes- the Turkish Tavernas- as well as bars and clubs are within walking distance. Galata Tower and the famous district are within easy reach. The quarter links directly to the historic Galata district followed by Karaköy, from where you get directly to the heart of the old town with all the main attractions by tram. The “Bakkal” quasi the Turkish corner shop where you can buy fresh fruit and vegetables, as well as all necessary groceries is just outside the door. A bakery and butcher is about three minutes away.

The district of Aynali Cesme (translation: “fountain with mirrors”) is part of the historical core of modern-day Beyoglu, formerly known as “Pera.” At the end of the 19th century, a devastating fire destroyed most of the traditional wooden architecture in this neighbourhood but was completely rebuilt afterwards. Oddly enough, thanks to this catastrophe, the district offers a unique and complete collection of the architectural styles from around the turn of the 19th/ 20th century. Old Greek buildings with oriel windows overlooking the narrow streets are characteristic of this part of the city. Thus, with a bit of knowledge, a stroll back home equates to a stroll through a crucial time in modern Istanbul history .

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