Construction Year :1899
Property Size :175 sq.m.
Land Size :270 sq.m.
Bedrooms / Bathrooms :3 / 1

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Dating back to 1899 this grand old town house has been lovingly restored to the excellent condition in which it now stands. It has been renovated in keeping with the neoclassical style and strict standards required for a listed building but benefits from modern touches such as central heating, thermal insulation and under floor air conditioning. The thick stone walls help to keep the house naturally cool during the summer months.

One of the special features of the property is the private, enclosed courtyard with garden and kitchen area. A deceptive hideaway that shelters you from the hustle and bustle of city dwelling.

The front entrance leads into a hallway which branches off into a bright and comfortable living area with dining space To the right is a cosy, extensive, library with wall to wall shelving full of books. The classical, double doors are wood as are all the windows and shutters. The sunny and bright kitchen leads on from the library where family meet and breakfast together. An authentic, wooden staircase heads up to the upper floor where three bedrooms and a generous sized bathroom are located. The bathroom is in a timeless white and blue with ceramic fixtures and tiles.

Characteristic, wood flooring gives a warm and natural ambience upstairs whilst traditional tiling sets the style downstairs.

Located in an old section of the town, it is easy to access the harbour, beach and cosmopolitan designer shops.

A graceful property, ideal for those who enjoy living in the heart of the city.

Walker in Rhodes Town, property for sale in Rhodes, Greece

Rhodes town / Information about the property's location

Built at the northern end of the island in 408 BC; the town stretches from the hills of Monte Smith all the way to the Medieval City, to Mandraki port and on to the beaches beyond - just a few miles to the east. Rhodes is considered one of the best planned cities designed by…