About the property

 

The property is located at 65, 28th October (Patision) Street, in the Historic center of Athens.

This timeless neighbourhood is particulary known for hosting multiple museums, theaters, bookstores, publishing houses, art galleries etc. With all this interaction of uses, the area of the Museum is now characterized by social, age, functional and architectural richness. At the same time, it is in direct operational relationship with one of the biggest public parks of the city, Pedion tou Areos and the Hill of Strefi, and a large number of charming pedestrian streets.
In recent years, a series of reconstructions have contributed to the aesthetic upgrading of the area. Moreover, the existence of many important buildings of neoclassical, eclectic and modernist style, give the area a distinct and attractive appearance.

The building, which measures 700 sqm per floor, was built in 1923.  The size and shape of this building was an epitome in the evolving image of Athens at that period. Aesthetically, it is distinguished by a fluid late eclecticism, while at the same time it utilizes the “modern” reinforced concrete construction.

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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