While the ageless shores of the Bosphorus alongside other historical gems such as Sisli continue to be the elite of Istanbul’s property markets, neighborhoods like Beylikduzu, Esenyurt, Kucukcekmece and Buyukcekmece will provide countless possibilities for a metropolitan life with accessibility to shopping centers, nightlife and transportation channels
Sile is a city and district in Istanbul, Turkey. According to the 2007 census, the population of the district was 25,169, of which 9,831 lived in the city of Şile, 2,096 in the nearby town of Agva (Yesilcay) and 13,242 in surrounding villages. However, between June and September, the population rapidly increases because of the many residents of Istanbul who have summer houses in Sile.
The district of Sile is part of the province (il) of Istanbul, and the municipality of Sile is part of the metropolitan government (buyuksehir belediyesi) of Istanbul. Bordering Şile is the province of Kocaeli (districts of Gebze, Korfez, Derince, Kandira) to the east and south, and Istanbul districts of Pendik to the south, Cekmekoy to the southwest, and Beykoz to the west. The boundaries of Sile were expanded by the addition of the village of Esenceli from Beykoz district in 1987. Sile consists of Sile, Yeşilvadi and Teke subdistricts, and 58 villages. The mayor is Can Tabakoglu (AKP). Popular resort Agva is also a part of Sile.