Acropolis Estate

Designed to please the senses, the Acropolis Estate is a unique neoclassical mansion on the footsteps of the Parthenon, in the heart of Athens.

Declared a “Work of Art” by the Hellenic Ministry of Culture, the house stuns with its intricate façade, as well as with its ample interior spaces, high ceilings and breathtaking views of the Acropolis.

Originally built in 1910 in what is now known as the historical centre of Athens, the property was renovated in 2007 in the most whimsical and modern way. Covering a total area of 285 square meters, the mansion bears the signature of renowned
Greek architect Giannis Kalantidis and is a true feast to the eyes thanks to the creative mind of the owner who oversaw the interior decoration.

Featuring furniture by Ralph Lauren, Roche Bobois and Christopher Guy, the Acropolis Estate has a total of three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a WC, spread over 3 levels, a beautiful, fully-equipped kitchen, an impressive dining-room and two separate luxurious living-rooms with a working fireplace, overlooking the hill of Lycabettus.
The master bedroom has a balcony with beautiful views, a working fireplace and an en-suite bathroom, covered in dramatic black and gold mosaic tiles.
Perhaps the strongest feature of the mansion however is the terrace on the top floor, directly facing the Acropolis, where guests can relax and enjoy lunch or dinner in a truly romantic setting.
It is a space that is hard to find in downtown Athens, as it combines the beautiful views with the serenity of this historical neighbourhood and is big enough to entertain a group of friends.

An elevator is also at service inside the house, making it easier for guests to enjoy its different levels, while an alarm system and security cameras guarantee their safety.
There is central air-condition and heating, that can also be adjusted autonomously for each room, as well as broadband internet connection.

The Acropolis Estate is mere footsteps away from the Acropolis monument itself, the Acropolis Museum, the namesake metro station and the Columns of the Olympian Zeus, while Syntagma square is at a distance of a ten minute walk.
It is a truly unique property that can only be appreciated by the most discerning traveller.

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