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2 bed Property for sale

Stunning 2 bedroom Apartment for sale in Terpsithea Athens Greece

$241,690 | £173,855 | €200,000
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Stunning 2 bedroom Apartment for sale in Terpsithea Athens Greece

Euro Resales Property iD: 9826530

Property Location

118 Mikras Asias


Terpsithea, Athens



Property Details

With its fascinating history and breath-taking natural scenery, Greece continues to be one of the most desirable places to live across the globe. On offer here is a chance to invest into this magnificent part of the world with this superb house.

This apartment is situated in excellent location in Ano Glyfada. Close to mountains and sea. Spacious, modern 118square metre apartment on ground and lower mezzanine floor.

Huge kitchen, living, dining area opens onto patio and small garden. There is an upstairs toilet. Downstairs are 2 double bedrooms. The main is very spacious and opens into dressing space area. Big bathroom has Japanese feel.

There's a utility room for washing machine, storage etc. Heated by solar, it offers independent heating on either or both floors. Air conditioning upstairs, although home is so cool on hot days you won't need.

This appealing apartment is being sold complete with furniture, fixtures and fittings...There is no charge. All come free, Complete package is worth more than e15,000. if you wish to rent apartment out, it takes 6 people easily(since there is also double futon in main bedroom) and location is very popular.

The avenue outside is prestigious, wide and treelined. it is pretty easy to park close by. Maintenance fees are mininal, Apartment suits those who want a home where they can truly relax in peace and tranquility, knowing the buzz of Glyfada was close at hand.

About the Area

With equal measures of grunge and grace, Athens is a heady mix of ancient history and contemporary cool.

The magnificent Acropolis, visible from almost every part of the city, is the hub around which Athens still revolves. This temple city, built in the 5th century BC, serves as a daily reminder to Greeks of their heritage and the city's many transformations. All over the urban basin, rooftops and balconies angle toward the landmark, a block of milky marble atop a steep-sided hill. Pull up your own chair, settle in and allow time to appreciate the Acropolis' many moods, as the light shifts and the clouds cast their shifting shadows.

The cultural and social life of Athens plays out amid, around and in landmarks that are centuries old, if not millennia. The remnants of Ancient Greece get the most attention, of course, thanks to a little thing called democracy. Oh, and mythology, and drama, and philosophy. But don't overlook the 'later' years: thousand-year-old Byzantine churches, for instance, which squat, unruffled in the middle of streets and attached to hillsides. Ottoman traces can be seen in architecture and in food. And the neoclassical style of the 19th century adds elegance all over the centre.

Although Athenians have endured difficult circumstances since the start of the economic crisis in 2009, the city as a whole crackles with energy in art shows, political debates and even on the walls of derelict buildings, as Athens has become one of Europe's most noted spots for street art. Creative surprises lie around nearly every corner, so be sure to leave room in your schedule for spontaneous discovery: buy a ticket to that dance show that's just starting as you walk by, or sit down at the restaurant where the musicians are setting up. You'll be rewarded.

Beyond Athens, down the Attica peninsula, are more spectacular antiquities, such as the Temple of Poseidon at Sounion and the site of Ancient Eleusis, as well as very good beaches, such as those near historical Marathon. Sure, you could zip across, west to east, in less than an hour, but it's far more fun to take a leisurely road trip to a thermally heated lake, say, or a monastery with dazzling Byzantine mosaics. if you'd rather not drive, most of these surprise sights (including great beaches) can be reached on public transport.

Main Features

* 2 Bedrooms

* 1 Bathrooms

* 118m2 of living Space

* Stunning Sea Views

* Fully Furnished

* Steet Parking

* Private Garden

* Massive potential in the Greek holiday rental market

* Surrounded by many areas of outstanding natural beauty including the famous Athens Riviera (just ten minutes away)

* Surrounded by numerous walking, cycling, fishing and water sports areas

* Just a short drive to many stunning beaches

* Close to many superb golf courses such as Golf Dimou Glyfadas (

* Excellent transport links

* Just 30 minutes from Athens international Airport

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