Daphne is a high-profile neoclassical building located in the heart of the central Athens neighbourhood of Koukaki and represents the classical beauty and style of the 20th-century Athenian architecture.

The property was completely renovated back in 2019 and since then has operated as a boutique hotel with 8 luxurious furnished apartments, with exceptional aesthetics and excellent decor.

This beautiful building measures 501sqm, over three floors and dominates its surrounding area.

On a plot of 290sqm (building ratio x 3.6) there is a remaining building capacity of 520sqm on three additional floors. The top floor would benefit from amazing direct views of the Parthenon and Philopappou Hill.

It has gas independent heating and an existing study for an external lift.

All rooms are fully furnished and equipped with air conditioning, independent heating (natural gas), Smart TV’s, kitchenette or kitchen, bathrooms and all needed amenities.

The building consists of a basement, ground floor with backyard, 1st floor, 2nd floor and roof terrace.

The ground floor is comprised of two apartments both with kitchens, two bedrooms and a bathroom as well as two studios with kitchenettes.

The flrst floor has an apartment of approximately 82sqm, which includes a fully equipped kitchen, two bedrooms and one bathroom. This floor also has also an apartment of about 66sqm with two bedrooms. It is currently empty – not renovated.

On the second floor there are two apartments: one of 88sqm, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchenette, large living room and exclusive use of a spacious 135sqm roof terrace. The second apartment, slightly smaller at 70sqm provides two bedrooms, one bathroom, kitchenette and large sitting area.

The basement would be ideal to be used as a staff room or culinary storage space.

The outdoor space at the back of the property is for joint communal use.

Perfectly located, nestled in the shadow of the Acropolis and more famous districts like Plaka, Koukaki is one of the city’s most creative and charming corners, with its unevenly paved sidewalks lined with bitter orange trees, it has an undeniably urban village feel. It is the lesser-known sister of Makriyianni, which boasts the elegant Acropolis Museum on the sweeping cobbled esplanade of Dionysiou Areopagitou. Although lesser known, this unassuming neighbourhood has begun to capture the attention of Athenians and visitors alike. For the latter, it is perhaps best known for its staggering popularity as an Airbnb destination, ranking in the top five most interesting neighbourhoods in the world to stay. It isn’t difficult to understand why.