Neoclassical Building belongs in the category of large buildings suitable for exploitation either as a hotel, as a luxury apartment building for high-end clients or tenants or as an office building. The size and form of the building and its overall proportions represented an avant-garde architectural style within the changing image of Athens during the time. Aesthetically speaking, it is distinguished by a mature fluid eclecticism, while utilizing the "modern" material for its time, reinforced concrete. The three upper floors (first, second and third) have a total area of 2.100 sq m. Each floor has an area of approximately 700 sq m and is comprised of two separate apartments with a surface area of 350 sq m each one of them. The interiors have high ceilings decorated with exceptionally beautiful stuccowork, and have all undergone luxury renovations creating large imposing open spaces, making particular use of marble from Penteli Mountain. The interior space is open-plan, air-conditioned and each apartment has its own independent and autonomous natural gas supply for heating. It is suitable for many types of use, including retail store, showroom or exhibition space, offices, bank or educational institution. There are views of the Acropolis and Lycabettus Hill. The nearby metro station offers easy access to all forms of public transport, including national railways, trolley buses, Suburban Railway, bus routes and the airport. From the total building ground floor and lower floor are not available for sale. Just first, second and third. Parking needs can be covered in the nearby parking business. The property is free for use.
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