|The residential area of Mets is found to the east of the Acropolis. This is an old area full of some lovely neoclassical and prewar houses found a short distance from Syntagma through the Zappeio Gardens.
This exquisite apartment, found in a quiet block of flats complete with a modern elevator and a landscaped surrounding area, has an open plan living and dining room and kitchen area, one bedroom and a bathroom with bathtub.
The apartment is equipped fully with modern appliances, the furniture is new and the living room has a sofa bed that becomes a double bed of 1.40m in width with extra space for storage underneath.
The dining room can accommodate up to four people, there is an outdoor closet on the balcony for extra storage while the apartment has two ceiling fans and benefits from the free energy provided from a solar water heating system with panels.
A magnificent balcony equipped with a wooden table and four directors chairs enjoys views to the south east and offers plenty of light until the late afternoon making this apartment particularly bright!
The metro station of Agios Ioannis is a 7 minute walk away, the nearest bus stop is practically next to the apartment and the historical district of Plaka is also a short walk away or can be reached via the metro station in just 5 minutes.
All amenities, including a bakery and a supermarker, a grocery store and kiosk as well as several coffee houses are at close proximity.
This is a rare opportunity to live at the heart of Athens in a quiet urban neighbourhood and one of the greenest areas of the centre!
- Alarm Door
- Video door phone
- Autonomous Heating
- Solar Water Heating
- Ceiling Fans
Mets, a residential area of central Athens, is about 15 minutes walk from the heart of the city at Syntagma (Constitution) Square.
Mets is well-served by public transportation by bus, metro, tram and trolley from many areas of Athens, and is perhaps the greenest area of the city, with parks nearby including the Zappeio and National Gardens, Pangrati Park, and the woods around the old Olympic Stadium where the first modern Olympics were held.