The Palace is located on the European side of the Bosphorus, XIX century.
Sultan II by the French architect Alexander Vallaury. It was built for Musir Zeki Pasha, one of the ministers of the Abdulhamit period. Unlike the architecture of other mansions built on the Bosphorus and designed in the style of a majestic castle. The 130-year-old mansion is made in the Baroque style. The mansion can be accessed both from the garden and from the sea.
The mansion has a large marble entrance leading to the garden. The entrances to the garden symmetrically from the north-west and south-west are provided by a two-leaf spiral staircase. The mansion has a total of 2.489 m2 of living space over 4 floors + ground floor. Each floor has 6 rooms, 5 of which with sea views, + 1 large hall, 1 bathroom + 1 toilet + 1 kitchen. It is one of the most magnificent of the last surviving coastal palaces on the Bosphorus, with a garden of 4.032 m2 and a dock length of 110 m.
In addition, the Palace has an elevator, a garage for 4 cars, since it is located in the middle of the plot, there is the possibility of additional parking on the right and left parts of the Palace.
The total area of the estate is 2,489 sq. m.
Each floor 6 + 1 overlooking the Bosphorus
Garden – 4,032 sq. m.
Yacht dock – 110 sq. m.
Ground floor: 509.39 sqm, ceiling height: 2.47 – 3.06 meters
Ground floor: 509.76 square meters, ceiling height: 4.10 meters.
2nd floor: 490 sqm, ceiling height: 4.68 meters
3rd floor: 490 sq.m., ceiling height: 4.20 meters.
4th floor: 490 sqm, ceiling height: 3.03 – 4.78 meters