The real estate is in the heart of Alessandria, an area characterized by residential buildings as well as commercial, tertiary, executive and handicrafts activities, and set near the railway station and its large parking lot. Built in the 15th Century, it was originally a monastery and later used by the Military Administration until early nineties.
The real estate was built in the 15th Century as a monastery, transferred to State property in the early 19th Century, partly enlarged and turned into offices for the Military Engineering Corps.
The compound consists of an L-shaped three levels building overlooking Via Arnaldo da Brescia and Via Piacenza with masonry structure and a wooden structure gable roof covered with shingles. It has a courtyard with a low building to be used as storage.
The building portion overlooking Via Arnaldo da Brescia and Via Piacenza housed the offices for the Military Engineering Corps with dormitories and service accommodation. It has been abandoned by the Military Administration in the mid nineties and is currently in disrepair.
This property is intended partly for tertiary use (category B/4: public offices; category C/2: storage) and partly for residential use (category A/4: popular properties) and is subject to historical and artistic restrains according to Decree 42/2004. It is suitable to be turned into luxury homes or accommodation business.
The real estate is in the centre of Alessandria, in an area characterized by residential buildings as well as commercial, tertiary, executive and handicrafts activities, near the railway station and parking areas, well connected with public transport.
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