This one of chance plot is located on one of the busiest streets of Athens and has a facade of 9,90mē and a depth of 8,36m.
With a building density of 120,5mē and a maximum height allowance up to 17,4m represents a great opportunity due its unique location.
The sprawling city is bounded on three sides by Mt Ymettos, Mt Parnitha and Mt Pendeli; whilst inside Athens are twelve hills [the seven historical ones are: Acropolis, Areopagus, Hill of Philopappus, Observatory Hill (Muses Hill), Pnyx, Lykavittos (Lycabettus), Tourkovounia (Anchesmus)], the Acropolis and Lykavittos being the most prominent.
These hills provide a refuge from the noise and commotion of the crowded city streets, offering amazing views down to Saronic Gulf, Athens' boundary with the Aegean Sea on its southern side.
The streets of Athens (clearly signposted in Greek and English) now meld imperceptibly into Piraeus, the city's ancient and still bustling port.
Places of interest to travelers can be found within a relatively small area surrounding the city centre at Syntagma Square, Plateia Syntagmatos.
This epicentre is surrounded by the districts of the Plaka to the south, Monastiraki and Thissio to the west, Kolonaki to the northeast and Omonia to the northwest.