For Thessaloniki in Greece, this is a particularly luxurious family villa, designed by the famous Deda architects. The new villa in Thessaloniki is located in the Panorama district and was completed in 2021. The newly built villa in Thessaloniki has two floors; the ground floor and the first floor. There are a total of 4 bedrooms, three bathrooms and two toilets. There is an underground parking space in the garage and 20m2 storage space at the house.
New very luxurious Deda architects villa Thessaloniki
Complete luxury with no expense spared, such as a home automation system from ABB Baas, plus sophisticated lighting both inside and outside from Artemide. Each room has its own adjustable air conditioning. The system is from Daikin with a hybrid heat pump. The villa in Thessaloniki has REHAU underfloor heating and Italian marble on the floor. the marble has also been used for the kitchen island and the bathrooms. Parts of the floor are made of walnut wood. The kitchen and cupboards are by Trapani and the fireplace is by Planika.
Very luxurious Deda architects new villa Thessaloniki
Also in the field of technology, the best quality has been chosen with a Home Cinema Smart Sound system from Sonance. Speakers invisible in ceilings. The music can also be heard outside through garden speakers. The kitchen is fully equipped with Franke induction, oven and dishwasher, a Liebherr fridge freezer and wine fridge. The villa is also equipped with three-layer security glass and an alarm system with 24/7 monitoring system via cameras both inside and outside. The garden has a wooden deck and a summer kitchen. Everything was designed and realized under architecture by Chief Designer and Architect Mrs. Maria Deda (https://deda-architects.com/)
New build villa Thessaloniki
Thessaloniki, also known as Saloniki is the second-largest city in Greece. More than 1 million inhabitants live here stretched out along the coastline of the Thermaic Gulf. History and gastronomy go hand in hand in Thessaloniki. The city is full of unique sights such as UNESCO sites that include the Roman Agora, the Arch of Galerius, the Rotonda, the Byzantine Baths and the Crypt of Agios Demetrios.
To learn about the history of the area, there are a number of museums, such as the Museum of Byzantine Culture, the Archaeological Museum and the Cinema Museum of Thessaloniki – built to celebrate the city’s status as the European Capital of Culture in 1997. to increase.
The cuisine of Thessaloniki is known throughout the country for its quality and variety. Due to its past, the city’s gastronomy offers flavours from Pontus, Asia Minor and Constantinople, as well as Arab and Armenian influences that infuse traditional dishes with exotic nuances.