About the property

 

As you enter the elegant lobby of this corner Bauhaus building, its unique character is immediately evident, the luxurious marble, high ceilings and classical wooden door giving a sense of central European 1930s architecture. Inside the apartments, large windows let in plenty of natural light, while parquet floors add warmness as well as an authentic feel of well-designed spaces, with meticulously chosen materials.

Built in 1932 and listed among Greece’s modern monuments, the 1,150 sqm building on Metsovou street is located just a couple of blocks from the National Archaeological Museum and the National Technical University of Athens, and a short walking distance to the Victoria Metro Station. Just behind the building, the recently-upgraded Pedion Areos public park demonstrates the city’s commitment to renewal.

Nestled in the heart of the Athens historic city center, on the prime Aiolou pedestrian avenue, this building is just a few hundred meters from the main shopping street of Ermou, and a short walk from key historic sites, the Greek Parliament and Syntagma Square.
In the surrounding area, dozens of trendy cafes, local tavernas, and shops combine old and new worlds, delighting the millions of tourists drawn to the city every year to visit one of the greatest symbols of Greek history – the Acropolis.
The 1,500 sqm building is characterized by classic lines, with broad windows that flood the interior with natural light. This development will convert the building into a modern urban hotel, with around 30 stylish, vibrant guest rooms, and a rooftop with a breath-taking, panoramic view of the Parthenon.

The Neighborhood

Exarchia, hosts a jumble of pre-war townhouses and ageing post-war apartment buildings. Preserving a strong sense of community and tradition, with publishing houses, bookbinders, the city’s liveliest farmers’ market, rembetiko tavernas, punk boutiques, old-fashioned coffee houses, bars, a self-managed park, the National Archaeological Museum, and delightful Epigraphic Museum, all within its boundaries. Built into the slopes of Lycabettus Hill, Neapolis Exarchia, is the city’s second oldest neighbourhood after Plaka.


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