Palatial house built in the 1940s in pristine condition with loads of features typical to those of the period. An entrance into the grand hall leads to a large room, a private courtyard, and an underlying cellar. This 16-roomed property is set on three floors and consists of three large rooms and two smaller ones on each floor. On the fourth floor, there is a private roof with its own airspace. Having open sea views from its roof and very particular views of the capital this property is definitely one to consider for anyone wishing to make a hotel that could operate ten bedrooms.