The Keratzis mansion is located in Hora. It is not known when it was built. Its wall-paintings, concentrated in one of the upper rooms, are typical of the folk art of the second half of the 19th century.
Of special interest is the scene of Constantinople within a frame of laurel leaves, which is a copy of a period copperplate engraving. There are also paintings of Hadrian's Arch and the Temple of Olympian Zeus which refer us to Athens and the foundation of the Greek state. The presence of the meander amongst the other decorative motifs shows the influence of neoclassicism.