I've read that in Turkish adjectives always comes before the noun. So to say "nice house" we say "güzel ev".
But we also could say "the house is nice", and in that case this becomes "ev güzel".
My question here is: both constructions seems to lead to the same meaning. If we say "güzel ev" or "ev güzel" we are saying that the house is nice.
In that setting, in Turkish adjectives can come both before and after nouns? Or it is in the way I read and adjectives always comes before nouns?
If adjectives comes just before nouns, what is the difference between these two sentences "güzel ev" and "ev güzel"? In the second one güzel is not an adjective?