• The wide, cobblestone pedestrian street is unique in Athens
  • The building can be accessed by car for deliveries
  • The street is lined with cafes and has magnificent views of the Acropolis

This three-storied self-contained neo-classical style building is located on the most prominent pedestrian street of Athens. The popularity of the street offers maximum visibility and promotion to the buyer who seeks public exposure and recognition.

The Thissio Metro station is less than a five minute walk and it connects to the entire subway system network, including access to the port of Pireus and to the airport.

Cars and vans can stop in front of the building allowing for discreet access, as well as easy access for people with disabilities.

The pedestrian street borders the Archeological Park, which includes the Acropolis, the Ancient Greek Agora and the temple of Hephaistos.  This is the largest archeological site in Europe. The Keramikos Park, the ancient burial site of Athens, and the Ancient Greek Agora are a seven minute walk from the building.

The building is surrounded by green hills on a pedestrian street, both contributing to better air quality.