Konstantinos Mitsotakis’ Glyfada house was sold

Konstantinos Mitsotakis house glyfada

The decision to sell the historic house of the Mitsotakis family in Glyfada was made by the family.

The four children of Konstantinos and Marika Mitsotaki, Dora, Katerina, Alexandra and Kyriakos, decided to sell the house in question, where Dora Bakoyannis lived for six months a year and belonged to the four brothers.

The buyer of the house is Israeli, the decision was made weeks ago and the sale has already been completed, Fimes reported.

This house is “historic” since it has been associated with the presence of many historical figures.

This house belonged to the family of the late Marika since the early 1900s and has an emotional value that made the decision to sell difficult.

In fact, the house next door, which also belonged to Marika’s family, had once been sold to Aristotle Onassis.

The Glyfada house was a prison for Mitsotakis himself.

Kyriakos Mitsotakis was born on March 4, 1968, when the Mitsotakis family was already under house arrest in Glyfada after the 1967 military coup.

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