The house of Prapopoulos was built at the end of the 19th century and is located at the junction of Agios Nikolaos and Corinth streets.
It is a two-storey building with arcades on the ground floor of its facades, whose morphology differs from neoclassicism, incorporating elements of neo-baroque style, which make it stand out as a building of its time.
There is harmony and symmetry in the arrangement of the openings and its morphological elements, while the salt-sculpted decoration of the morphological elements on the facades with forms that refer to baroque is extremely interesting.
The Prapopoulos house is a special example of the architecture of Patras of the 19th century, which differs from the spirit of neoclassicism by using in an eclectic way elements from the European architecture of the time.
Agiou Nikolaou & Korinthou, Patras, Greece