Neoclassical Building for sale in Kypseli. ID AB-1087

Neoclassical Building for sale in Kypseli. ID AB-1087

Kypseli, Athens, Greece
  • Offer type: For Sale
  • Property type: Building
  • Prefecture: Athens
  • Municipality: Athens Center
  • Location: Kypseli
  • Reference No: AB-1087
  • Property size: 634 m²
  • Year: 1920
  • Rented: 2.500 euro per month
  • Basement: 102m²
  • Ground floor: 191m²
  • First floor: 206m²
  • Secont floor: 135m²
  • Energy Class: A
  • Levels: 4


  • Air-Conditioning unit
  • Basement
  • Renovated


Neoclassical Building for sale in Kypseli. An impressive 634sqm neoclassical building kept in its original state as it is in excellent condition, guaranteed to generate a high income from its offset.

The building boasts an exceptional architectural design dating back to 1920, and spreads on three floors plus the basement.

The basement measures a total surface of 102sqm, the ground floor is 191sqm, the first floor is 206sqm, and the second floor is 135sqm.

It also features magnificent interiors with high ceilings and is equipped with air conditioning and an elevator.

It is a beautiful listed building that was recently renovated to modern standards and it is rented out until 2029 for 2.500 euros per month with a 2% rise per year.

A building of unique design, preserving all its original features; a real masterpiece with high rental income prospects.

Neoclassical Building for sale in Kypseli Location Information:

Kypseli is a neighbourhood in central Athens, Greece. It occupies much of the 6th municipal department of the City of Athens.

When you walk through the streets of Kypseli the first thing you’ll notice is the remarkable mix of architectural styles, from crumbling neoclassical mansions to striking Bauhaus designs with rounded balconies and graphic front doors.

And pretty soon you’ll notice that the neighbourhood’s residents match this eclecticism, too.

More recently, the city’s artist community have also begun making it their home, attracted by its close proximity to the centre. The city’s first ever artist residency, Snehta, was founded here, and the rotating mixture of international artists put on regular exhibitions in its space at I Drossopoulou 47.

The surrounding streets are a mixture of old world Greek life and modern multiculturalism. Old men sit playing dominoes outside traditional ouzeries, and restaurants, kebab houses and bars can all be found nearby.

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