This 3 – levelled Mansion was built in 1890 and in 1912 it hosted the Greek royal family.
The Architect chose to construct a building in neoclassical style, exuding a unique luxury strengthened by the rare furniture, carved wooden ceilings, Spanish tapestries, mirrors and chandeliers and expensive carpets. The ground floor has two entrances, with porches formed by Corinthian columns. The balconies located above the porches decorated with balustrade and is parallel to the tile repetition. The large windows of the second floor on both sides of the balconies are small balconies with metal railings. It is also worth noting that all decorations that are on the doors and in the corners of the building, where they form pseudo columns with Corinthian capital are made of plaster. In addition, the building is surrounded by a garden with trees and ornamental plants. In addition to the external neoclassical style appearance, the building internals are of unmatched quality. Wooden ceilings with geometric designs on the first floor, wonderful embossed panels on the second floor, fireplaces, doors and mouldings with rosettes on handles, mirrors and expensive furniture, all in all, unique aesthetics throughout the house.