This amazing stone house in Plaka was built in 1843 in the Old Town of Athens, overlooking the Acropolis, Mount Lycabettus and the Roman Agora. It comprises a total of 345 sqm and was fully refurbished in 1993 with high quality materials to the last detail, with three fireplaces adding to its allure.
The front part of the house has two stories with very high ceilings and an amazing view of the Acropolis. The back of the house is three stories and overlooks Mount Lycabettus. On the raised ground floor – the main entrance – there is a spacious kitchen, dining room with a fireplace and a bedroom with an ensuite bathroom leading to a garden-patio. On the basement, there are two bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms and a storage room with spacious cupboards. On the first floor, there is a high-ceilinged lounge with breathtaking views, and a fireplace, a sunlounge overlooking Mount Lycabettus and master bedroom with two ensuite bathrooms.
The spacious garden-patio is 108 sqm and has a wonderful view.
An extra 180 sqm can be built and added to the house, as the garden is a self-contained plot.
There is a parking space for two cars.