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Athens 118 51 Greece

Listing # 97162


Rates From EUR 630 Weekly
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Last Updated: Friday, August 10, 2018

Luxury Heritage House under the Acropolis

This landmark NeoClassical home located in the historic centre of Athens is perfect for exploring the city with lots of space to spread out and relax at the end of the day.

The Athens Heritage House main floor apartment has 3 bedrooms and sleeps up to 8 guests. The main house apartment has one bedroom with a Queen bed, and one bedroom with two single beds. Across the private courtyard garden a third master bedroom with en suite bath sleeps two guests in a Queen bed. The open floor plan living room sleeps two additional guests on a twin trundle daybed.

The Heritage House features a full kitchen with stove/oven, refrigerator, an undercounter dishwasher, a microwave oven and various small appliances to help you make the most of your stay. It also has a washer and a separate dryer.

The apartment has its own private cool and shady courtyard that leads into a separate Garden Suite that can serve as a third bedroom or turned into an office.

You'll find two well stocked markets nearby, along with a baker and pastry shop and a green grocer. The house is three minutes walk from Thissio metro station.

Basics:

Number of Bedrooms
3
Number of Bathrooms
3
Number of Offices
0
Surface Size
100 Sq. Meters
Suited for
8 people
Property Type
House

Availability:

Available from Friday, August 10, 2018 until Sunday, September 9, 2018
Available from Saturday, September 15, 2018 until Wednesday, September 19, 2018
Available from Saturday, September 22, 2018 until Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Minimum Stay
2 day(s)
Flexible With Dates
Yes

*Approximate location of the property is within the blue radius. Red markers indicate surrounding points of interest including schools, universities, libraries and museums.

City Athens
Postal Code - State or Province 118 51
Country Greece
Neighborhood Keywords Thissio, Plaka
Closest University Athens, Benaki Museum, Acropolis
University nearby a short metro or bus ride to most other universities and colleges




Rental Price:

Asked
EUR 630 Weekly
Rental Fee Comments
These are our Summer rates. Lower rates available for late Autumn and Winter.
Rent Negotiable
Yes
Utilities Included
Yes
Cleaning Services Included
No

Surroundings:

  • Near Shops
  • Urban Environment
  • Near Restaurants
  • Near Public Transports

Additional Information:

  • Furnished
  • Available for Academic Term
  • Available for Long Term
  • Architectural Gem
  • Available for Short Term
  • Historical Home

Amenities:

  • Modern Kitchen
  • Washer
  • Dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • Air-Conditioning
  • High Speed Internet
  • Wireless Network
  • Computer
  • TV
  • Balcony or Patio
  • Other:

Considerations:

Kid Friendly
Yes
Small Children Safe
Yes
Smoke Free
Yes
Pets Welcome
No
Car Available
No

Perform Housesitting Duties?:

No

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Caralampo is an experienced transport researcher with an established international reputation. For over 25 years he has been writing, consulting and researching into transport, consumer and quality of life themes, expanding the research horizons in methodological, social, economic, comparative and policy issues. Caralampo Focas is currently a Marie Curie Research Fellow at the University of Oxford investigating transport sustainability and the expansion of cities, comparing London, New York and Tokyo. Caralampo started his career teaching as a part-time Lecturer at, the University of Greenwich and the London Metropolitan University between 1984 and 1986. Thereafter he held a variety of senior posts at the London Research Centre until its abolition in 1999. There, he was responsible for numerous high-profile transport and environmental studies for London. From 2001, for three years, he was the Greek Transport Minister’s Adviser on passenger transport including the planning of the 2004 Olympic Games. Prior to that he was director of the Athens office of the transport consultancy, TRUTH. In 2005 he was appointed a Visiting Fellow in Transport Economics in at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. On his return to Greece, he became a consultant to the Greek consumer association, “The Quality of Life”, EKPIZO, directing consumer research projects. From 2010 to 2012, he was a research scientist at the National Research Centre of Greece. Caralampo is the author/editor of five books (some of which have been translated in French and Japanese) and numerous other publications on transport and quality of life issues, including: Top Towns: The Guinness Guide to finding the best places to live in the UK. He has also authored: Towards a Common European Policy for Promoting Urban Public Transport (a policy paper discussed by the European Ministers of Transport), and The World Cities Transport Study: a comparison of the transport systems of London, New York, Paris and Tokyo. Caralampo’s last published book was Transport Issues and Problems in South-Eastern Europe by Ashgate Press. I and my family are from Greece, now living in England. We go on holidays back to Greece.
http://www.tsu.ox.ac.uk/people/cfocas.html

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