Neoclassical Building in Piraeus

Neoclassical Building in Piraeus



Neoclassical Building in Piraeus

Neoclassical Building

This remarkable “archontiko” measures 300m² and was built in 1917 as the residence of Admiral Marinakos. It was restored in 2007 respecting the original architecture, and combines traditional décor with modern conveniences. The main entrance hall leads to an impressive wooden staircase, which together with its old stone wall and a glass skylight make an exceptionally beautiful setting. On the first floor a hallway with high ceilings unites the bedrooms. The glamorous master-bedroom suite exudes a feeling of grandeur. Its walk-in closet is a room in itself, and an oversized bathroom with all modern amenities and with minimalist décor completes the suite. Two more bedrooms, another bathroom and a study are also on this level. On the second floor, the reception area with the dining room and the kitchen open onto a terrace of 80m² with a view to the Stadium of Peace and Friendship. A separate entrance on the ground floor leads to an independent apartment with a large living room with fireplace, two bedrooms, a bathroom, a WC and a study. The view faces a small square. Other features include an indoor parking space, multi-system air conditioning, an alarm installation, and a completed study for the installation of an elevator. Impressive because of its architecture and its attention to detail, this property is ideal for a family in need of a separate apartment/guest house/office. Its “objective tax value” is only €170.000 and the yearly tax expenses are extremely low.

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