Facing Lycabettus hill on the one side and the dominating part of Eastern Athens on the other, this corner property achieves both discretion and centrality.
The property benefits from many bay windows in the facade along the perimetric balcony. In two areas, the balcony gets much wider to create a square outside space. The flat currently offers an extended reception area next to the good-sized kitchen. The living area may be connected to the office space through sliding doors.
The entrance distributes ideally the circulation between private and public areas within the flat. On the way to the main bedroom plenty of wardrobes are strategically located, next to the large main bathroom which consists of a jacuzzi tube and hammam. A dedicated dressing room helps further tidying the whole.
Thanks to its many openings and its square shape, further bedrooms may be easily created through a light redesign.
A car park in the basement will constitute an additional asset to this already much privileged property.