Cuculis House

Very good general condition. Rehabilitated and valued, with original architectonic elements. Still maintained in a very good state, being the headquarters of a diplomatic mission.
  • Historic monument category B; code LMI: CT-II-m-B-02806;
  • It was built in the 1890-1911 period, the last floor being added after the First World War.
  • It is located in the old town of Constanța, on Elisabeta Boulevard, nr. 15, where the Honorary Consulates of Austria in Constanța operates.

Cuculis House was designed by it’s owners, a wealthy greek family from Constanța, as an apartment block with apartments that could be rented out, but in which the family also lived. After the First World War, the house was bought by Despina Curculas, a very rich greek woman from Constanța, who added the second floor and rented the entire building out to one of the most important sea companies that operated in the Constanța Harbor, Lloyd Triestino, headquartered in Trieste, Italy.

The immobile is part of the modern greek architectonic patrimony of Constanța, having a neoclassical style, with hellenic influences. A monumental stairway leads up to the entrance of the building, which is divided into a semi-basement, ground floor and two upper floors, and an attic.

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