Angle of Repose is newly constructed masterpiece of modern elegance that is located in the area known as Blue Coast in Lagonissi. This intriguing ode to modern living is in close proximity to the white sandy beaches and has an incomparable panoramic and unobstructed view of the blue azure waters. The ground floor is where three of the bedrooms with their en suite baths are located. There is also an inviting play room for the children that has an inviting fireplace, a home cinema for watching the latest movies with your family and friends and an elevator that takes up to the heart of the house where all the entertaining happens.The first floor of this gem is the social hub for the family. One can have soiree's in the spacious dinning-living room which also has a lushious modern fire place. There is a state of the art kitchen for cooking up a storm for the family and all the guests that you will want to have over. There is also a home office for when you need to catch up on work or simply read a book and contemplate one's existence. Lastly, the master bedroom is locate on this level and it has a wonderful jacuzzi tub that you can have long soaks in to relax and replenish yourself before retiring to slumber and dream about the serenity of your sophisticated home.One is the best features of this property is the outside, which features spacious verandas with exquisite dining areas and a large majestic infinity pool. There is also a barbecue area and an elegant garden with century old olive trees, that boasts unparalleled views of the setting sun over the sparkling sea. Angle of repose brings to fruition the sophisticated and inspiring space that one has always dreamed of experiencing and its beckoning for you to visit.
it is surrounded by four mountains (Parnitha, Penteli, Hymettus and Aigaleo) and projects into the Aegean Sea through a long coastline that starts from the neighboring city of Piraeus and ends at the archaeological site of Cape Sounio.
Athens is one of the most historical cities in the world, inextricably linked with ancient times. The Acropolis dominates the city and captivates the eye of all visitors and residents, creating an aura of majesty. Home of famous philosophers, such as Plato and Socrates, and birthplace of democracy, Athens is considered the cradle of Western civilization.
It is the largest and most populous city of Greece, as Athens Metropolitan Area counts approximately 4 million inhabitants. The climate is Mediterranean, with mild winters and hot summers, including heat waves during July and August. In the summer, the beaches of Attica are an oasis of coolness and calmness, offering the residents of the city the opportunity to live summer without leaving their homes.
For the lovers of outdoor activities and nature, the National Garden of Athens in the centre of the city and the Parnitha National Park in its Northern suburbs, create havens of rest reachable within less than an hour from any place of the Attica region. The hills of Lycabettus and Philopappos afford a great view of the city, while two observatories (in Thission and Penteli) offer a unique view of the sky. Additionally, the Attica Zoological Park hosts 2000 animals and is open to visitors all year round.
Apart from world famous museums, such as the Museum of Acropolis, Athens has over 100 theatrical stages, among them the ancient Odeon of Herodes Atticus, organizes many sporting events, including Athens Marathon, and attracts tourists from all over the world with its fabled nightlife. All the above shape the vivid identity of Athens.
Athens is accessible not only via Athens International Airport but also through the port of Piraeus and all national highways. Transport system in the city consists of a modern metro, buses and a commuter rail service.