Hello! I bought this space in 2015 and renovated it from scratch! It's now a loft with brand new kitchen, bathroom and a balcony that looks out to the city's biggest park, the Lycabettus and the Acropolis. Very conveniently located near the metro and a short walk from the Archaeological Museum.
I bought this flat in 2015 and renovated it from scratch with the help of an architect friend. We kept many original 1950's features intact, like the iron-wrought sliding doors and marble floors, but added contemporary materials, a brand new kitchen and luxury bathroom fittings. The flat is on the sixth floor, overlooking the city's largest park and with unobstructed views to the Lycabettus hill (my favourite landmark!) and the Acropolis.
Servicios y zonas comunes
Guests have access to the entire flat. There's a second balcony at the back for hanging laundry.
Atención a los huéspedes
I love playing host for people and sharing tips about Athens and other destinations. I'm after all a travel/design/art editor! When I'm renting the flat, I'm usually out of town, but we can be in touch online about everything. I also leave maps and information in the flat for my guests to use.
Otros aspectos destacables
There are two cats living in the flat. Preferably I would like to host people who like/don't mind cats in the house. If you would be able yo take care of my cats during your stay, I provide cleaning service for free. If you don't want to keep the cats, please let me know in advance and I will arrange to be moved.
-Please keep the building's front door locked at all times.
-Do not move or touch any of the art on the walls.
-Respect public quiet hours (11pm-7am and 2pm-5pm)
-No parties or sharing the flat with more people.
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Hello! I'm a Cypriot based in Athens. I'm a composer and pianist, but also work as an art writer and editor for online magazines. I'm in love with Athens and that's why I bought this amazing flat here... It's still a work in progress you could say, but I hope you like it as much as I do!