In Plaka, an old historical neighborhood of Athens, situated in the shadows of the Acropolis, is Melinda, a timeless, neoclassical city retreat.

With views of the Acropolis this significant home has everlasting appeal and has undergone several transformations over the years.

Originally built in 1895, influenced by the architectural design favoured by King Otto, who ruled Greece at the time, the property took its final form in 1926. Many years later, in 1978, major renovations were undertaken and since then the property has undergone structural reinforcement in 2000 restoring its classic appeal.

Enjoy spectacular views of the capital city from the rooftop terrace.

On four levels, pine flooring is fitted throughout and high ceilings add an air of grandeur to this listed building. Four entrances lead into three independent spaces with a total of three bedrooms and four bathrooms, all connected by a wooden staircase.

A semi-basement, completely refurbished in 2020, configured into three separate areas has a kitchenette and bathroom.

Brilliantly located, to enjoy the capital’s vibrant way of life, numerous restaurants, shops, galleries and museums are just a stone’s throw away. Within walking distance of the property are also the central metro stations of Monastiraki, Syntagma and Acropolis.

The buyer of this property is eligible for the Greek Golden Visa Program.