This 86m2 property is located under Filopappou hill and a short walk from Fix and Acropolis metro stations.
The space is distributed into a versatile ground floor with open kitchen and live-work area, a bedroom on the mezzanine with a balcony overlooking a shared green courtyard, and an immense marble bathroom in the basement which looks more like a hammam. All 3 levels are connected with a spiral staircase.
The property disposes of autonomous gas heating plus ceiling mount fan coil as well as a fan for cooling.
This home reflects a concept that is rather avant garde for Athens, both in its design and in its approach to materials. It has been conceived as a home-work-shop hybrid and is built of original materials that have been salvaged and recycled. It is an example of the owner’s philosophy: environmental awareness and energy efficiency; respect of the building’s history, architecture and purpose; implementation of traditional techniques; rendering homage to original materials; and decorating with locally made artwork.
This property can be more than a home.