It was built in the 15th century by Hacı İvaz Pasha bin Ahi Bayezid, the chief architect of Çelebi Sultan Mehmed and one of the important statesmen of the period.
It is known that Hacı İvaz Pasha, who was also the architect of the Yeşil Mosque, gifted the Geyve Han to Çelebi Sultan Mehmed and was devoted by the Sultan to provide income for the Green Complex.

Designed in a square plan, the inn has two floors. There is a fountain in the middle courtyard. There are twenty-six rooms on the ground floor and behind the porticoes on the upper floor, and thirty rooms on the upper floor.