This is a beautiful and spacious apartment with a luxurious bathroom and walk-in wardrobe in the main bedroom with a smaller second bedroom that's still a decent size. The kitchen is very nice although it's worth noting there isn't an oven but there is a charcoal grill in the yard, which is a lovely place to spend mornings and evenings, but just get plenty of cardboard, fire lighters, and charcoal and plan to cook your food using it about an hour or two after you light it so that the coals are just glowing without flames
There's a nearby periptero (like a Greek street stall) stocking a lot of basic groceries as well as a corner shop a bit further, but it's also very close to Gerakas, where there are Sklavenitis (amazing) and Lidl supermarkets and there is an Andreopoulos butchers a short walk away too up the Leof.Spaton road, where I got affordable souvlaki that I cooked on the charcoal gym in the garden. Gerakas Gym is also a short walk away and contains authentic Athens 2004 equipment and monuments on display. My girlfriend and I also walked in the hills nearby which was lovely.
The café/bar above the apartment run by Xristos is also very nice to spend some time in and he showed us a taxi app called BEAT to use, which is like Uber, so that the taxi drivers can't play their famous tricks. I'd also recommend going to Agia Paraskevi at the weekend, and burgers at Akis Petretzikis's place are awesome.
If you want to press on into Athens, calling a ride through BEAT to Doukissis Plakentias Metro Station connects you to the city (if you haven't hired a car yourself).
Eleni's place is lovely, I'd highly recommend it and hope my tips here help anybody staying to get familiar with the area quickly so as to make the most of their time.