Minimalist Style Penthouse in Greece

The penthouse is located in a classic building in Athens, two apartments on the 8th and 9th floor were consolidated and reconstructed into a combined residence with spectacular views on the Acropolis and the 255 sq m roof garden. On the lower level there’s an office with a fireplace, a bedroom, a library and a 20 sq m veranda with Acropolis view. The upper level offers a large living area with fireplace, a glass atrium, a dining area, a grand master en-suite bedroom with a Jacuzzi and a guest bedroom.

minimalist style penthouse design, luxury properties, luxury homes

minimalist style penthouse design, luxury properties, luxury homes


minimalist style penthouse design, luxury properties, luxury homes

minimalist style penthouse design, luxury properties, luxury homes

minimalist style penthouse design, luxury properties, luxury homes

minimalist style penthouse design, luxury properties, luxury homes

minimalist style penthouse design, luxury properties, luxury homes

minimalist style penthouse design, luxury properties, luxury homes

minimalist style penthouse design, luxury properties, luxury homes

minimalist style penthouse design, luxury properties, luxury homes

minimalist style penthouse design, luxury properties, luxury homes

minimalist style penthouse design, luxury properties, luxury homes

minimalist style penthouse design, luxury properties, luxury homes
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1 comment to Minimalist Style Penthouse in Greece

  • Teresa

    Well, when you have Acropolis as view you cana fford to be minimalist I think ahahahah
    That’s some house. Yes! It’s outstanding.
    I love Lofts that weren’t Lofts but made from two homes. The space becomes more natural – spacious and fluent. I think that when you build a loft from scratch you think “I have 100 sq m. Must put 4 division in it” or something in that line. This way so much better. If you can afford it of course ;)
    I’m rarely envious of anything but I could feel envy crawling and sitting by my shoulder and enjoying the pics… (not paying attencion to it ahahah – I’m bigger than that – but a sigh wants to get out in understanding).

    Have a Nice Weekend!

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