The heirs of the famous Greek actress and singer Rena Vlahopoulou (1923-2004) have decided to sell her holiday villa in Corfu, where she and her husband would spend their summer vacation or try to relax.
After their deaths, the house remained empty and closed for many years and the heirs are hoping buyers will restore it, they said.
According to Greek daily Real Life, the 450-square meter villa includes a beautiful and large garden of six acres, two kitchens and three bathrooms spread over two levels. The villa was built in 1982 and is now on the market for 680,000 euros, about $884,100. Vlahopoulou herself had decorated the residence.
Local reports stated that she loved the house and had even asked her husband to bring her to the property before passing away, but the physicians did not allow them to do so due to her poor health. The brother of the actress had complained that she had had not included her siblings and nieces and nephews in the will.
Real Life stated that she bequeathed the property both to the children of her brother Christos who passed away and her other two siblings located in the area of Dassia in Corfu.