The Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF), the body responsible for selling Greek public property, is attempting to reach potential buyers by advertising three properties located abroad in The Economist, Greek media reported.
One of the properties advertised is a five-storey building in the historic district of Rome. With a gross floor area of 1,600 square meters, it used to run as a hotel until 2007, the ad claims.
The second is a 1215-square-meter two-storey building located in the Slovenian capital of Ljubljana. The property is close to the U.S. and Austrian embassies and is “in a prime residential area protected by cultural heritage regulations.”
Finally HRADF is selling a complex building a bit farther away from the other two, all the way down in Pretoria, South Africa. The property is composed by a 350-square-meter two-storey building and an “auxiliary self-contained building of total built area of 50 square meters.”