The property for sale is anti-seismic, with two (2) basements, of which one is elevated and considered as ground floor.
On each of the first two floors (ground and first floor) of the building, there are one (1) bedroom, one (1) bathroom, a balcony and a kitchen.
Each of the next two floors (second floor and third) of the building comprises of two (2) bedrooms, two (2) full bathrooms, a living-dining area, a kitchen and a terrace.
The fourth and last storey of the building consists of one (1) bedroom, one (1) full bathroom, kitchen – living area and a spacious balcony.
At the basement one finds a large covered parking area which is really useful as the house is located in the centre of the city.
Attica is a peninsula jutting into the Aegean Sea. It is naturally divided to the north from Boeotia by the 16 km long Kithairon mountain range. Mountains separate the peninsula into the plains of Pedia, Mesogeia, and Thriasia. The mountains include Hymettus, the eastern portion of Geraneia, Parnitha, Aigaleo and the Penteli mountains. To the north it is bordered by the Boeotian plain and to the west it is bordered by Corinth. The Saronic Gulf lies to the south and the island of Euboea lies off the north coast.
The Municipality of Vyrona is a suburb in the northeast prefecture of Attica and was named by Lord Byron in January 1924. Characteristic of the area is that was created from the ashes of Mikra Asia Disaster in 1922 on the slopes of Hymettus. In January 1924, at an official ceremony, the settlement Pangratiou renamed Vyron on the occasion of the celebration of 100 years since the death of Lord Vyron, the great philhellene poet, who died in 1824 at Messolonghi.