In my understanding for most of property advertisement in Turkish, they will provide the rooms arrangement as 3+1 which translates to 3 bedrooms + 1 living room. How about if the arrangement stated as 3+2, does it means that it has 2 living rooms? Is it suitable if one of the living room converted as bedroom as well?
I am considering to look up for the apartment whether it has 3+1 or 2+2 by considering the latter I can convert it as bedroom to accommodate any guest.
Can anybody explain to me graphically (if any) showing the floor plan of typical apartment in Turkey that have the 3+2 / 4+2 etc arrangement? I can visually imagine the 1+1, 2+1, 3+1 ... as it available online.