Çekmeköy has 17 neighbourhoods and 5 villages. Çekmeköy is located on the Anatolian side of Istanbul, southwest of the Alemdağ forests. It is located 100 meters above sea level. This district is neighbour with Beykoz, Şile, Ümraniye and Sancaktepe.
It has an extremely clean air. Çekmeköy is located at the transition point of Mediterranean and Black Sea climates. Summers are hot and dry, winters are warm and rainy. Due to the high humidity, summers can be felt warmer and winters can be felt colder.
It has the strongest ground in Istanbul. Although the face of Çekmeköy has changed, it is possible to find the traces of its pastoral life even now.
It is the greenest district on the Anatolian side, covering an area of 202 square kilometres. Çekmeköy is located 32 kilometres from Sabiha Gökçen Airport and 55 kilometres from Istanbul Airport. Taşdelen and Güvercinlik promenade areas are Istanbul's oxygen reservoirs. The metro line, which has recently reached Taşdelen, offers great transportation advantages.
Real Estate Investment in Çekmeköy
It is located at the intersection of Beykoz, Şile, Ümraniye, Sancaktepe and Pendik districts in the centre of the Anatolian Side. In Çekmeköy, housing for sale prices increased by 3.2% in the last year.
As of 2020, the most valuable neighbourhoods in Istanbul's Çekmeköy district for housing are Çatalmeşe, Cumhuriyet, Güngören, Taşdelen, and Soğukpınar. Average for sale residential property size is 100 square meters.
Real estate prices in the region increased with the metro line that reduced the distance between Üsküdar and Çekmeköy to 27 minutes. New residential areas and workplaces are being built in the district thanks to branded housing projects. This situation makes Çekmeköy very advantageous in terms of real estate investment.