Business for sale in Glyfada, Athens. This 77sqm ground floor business in Glyfada’s posh neighborhood is the appropriate place to own a bar/restaurant business that meets the needs of the neighborhood’s residents.
The ground-floor bar/restaurant place is in fantastic condition and includes high-quality indoor equipment and a multi-purpose kitchen.
Situated in a residential area, this is the perfect opportunity to own a successful business.
Business for sale in Glyfada, Athens location information:
Glyfada is the commercial hub of the Athens Riviera with bustling retail by day and a vibrant night-life by dusk. It is a fashionable shopping destination with a complementary mix of concept boutiques and high-end retail.
Fringed on the one side by Athens’ only 18-hole golf course, with a walking and biking track encircling it, Glyfada promises the best of all worlds.
Unique features: An upscale coastal address with easy access to beaches, cafes, restaurants, and summer beach bars and clubs. Glyfada is close to international schools and is a safe environment to raise children, offers great returns on investment and boasts lots of possibilities for entertainment, fitness activities, and sports.
It has cinemas, fashionable boutiques, restaurants that cater to every taste and budget, bars, a vibrant outdoor life, and one of the largest marinas along the coast.
Accessibility: Glyfada is well connected to the city centre and the coast by metro, tram and bus services and it is just a 30-minute drive to Piraeus Port, offering a quick getaway to the islands. Glyfada is just a 35-minute drive away from the international airport.
Investment potential: Glyfada has always been attractive to real estate investors and with the new Hellinikon redevelopment project, it is poised to experience a strong rise in property prices.
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