Completion of a two-storey residence with basement in Koropi, Attica.
The building is in a property about 5 decares area. The construction works had stopped after the concrete frameworks.
The house features an open plan living room – dining room which are distictively separeted with a three-sides open fireplace, the kitchen with the everyday dining table, a guest-room and a bathroom at the ground floor. At the first floor features two children’s bedrooms, their bathroom and the master bedroom with its own bathroom and walking closet. The corridor is an internal balcony with direct view to the dining and the impressive glass wall.
The building has a storage space at the basement which connects to the rest of the house with the internal staircase.
House area with attic= 235.00 sq.m.
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