The house that Mehmet Aydın, nicknamed ‘Tosuncuk’, the founder of Çiftlik Bank, lived in Uruguay, where he fled from Turkey and settled, has been revealed. The 500-square-meter mansion, located on a 1,500-square-meter plot, includes a sauna, heated swimming pool, three bedrooms and six bathrooms. The luxury mansion, which has its own 70-meter-long pier, also has a gambling section with a roulette table.
Mehmet Aydın, nicknamed ‘Tosuncuk’, the founder of Çiftlik Bank, fled from Turkey to Uruguay in 2018 and settled in this country. TOSUNCUK’S URUGUAY ADVENTURES-1: FERRARI LITS CURSION
The mansion where Aydın lived, who fled by collecting more than 500 million TL from approximately 80 thousand people in two years, was revealed.
The house is located in the Marina de Santa Lucia area of San Jose, one of the most luxurious places in Uruguay, on a land of 1,500 square meters.
The 500 square meter mansion has a sauna, heated swimming pool, three bedrooms and six bathrooms, while there is also a gambling section inside the house.
While the house with roulette and pool table is on the seafront, the house has its own pier of seventy meters.
There are three barbecue areas, two of which are in the garden, in the house where the wine cellar is located, as well as the hall resembling a bar.
Tosuncuk’s Ferrari, whose property was confiscated due to money laundering of 8 million dollars, was sold for 271 thousand dollars in 2019, while his mansion was sold for 290 thousand dollars last month.
The mansion where Aydın lived, who fled to Uruguay by collecting more than 500 million TL from approximately 80 thousand people in two years, was revealed.