The Poulko (or Poulkidis) mansion stands in the Yerania neighbourhood and, as the inscription above the entrance testifies, its construction began in 1752.
Its facade, in the section just under the roof, is decorated with stylized ornamental motifs (rosettes, stars) and a ship. In the upper rooms the plaster transom windows can still be seen with their complex stained glass designs.
In addition, the decorated plaster fireplace in an upstairs room is an exceptional work. Among the wall-paintings is one of Constantinople that seems to depict its siege by the Turks.