The property is located at the very beginning of the street Marnis, right accross the National Archaological Museum that can be seen from both the front veranda and the exclusive roof top terrasse above.
In a very well maintained building dating from the 1960's, the flat is set on the last floor (7th) and enjoys a sound and functional lay-out. It is airy, the 2 main bedrooms at the back with nice open urban outlook, and the square living area in front onto the street. In between there are 2 full bathrooms (one with a bathtub & the other with a showertub), a 3rd room looking on the very bright skyshaft and the kitchen with many fitted hardwood cupboards.
An additional space of around 7 sqm (former maidroom) may serve as an internal storage always usefull.
The rooftop terrasse is accessible through the common staircase and about 40 sqm are exclusively allocated to the flat. From this extended outdoor space one can enjoy among others a striking view of the Acropolis.
The property has undergone various upgrades as most of the windows are now double-glazed, it has its own independent heating system (natural gas), a solar water boiler, and bathrooms renewed in the 90's. It kept its imposing large wooden windows in front illuminating the whole reception area.
The wood prevails and many details reminds of a gentle aesthetic from the 1960's.