Real estate property for residential and commercial use located in the Municipality of Ariano nel Polesine, in the Province of Rovigo. The building is located within the Po Delta Regional Park, an area of extraordinary landscape, historic and geologic interest, which has been recognised by UNESCO as a MAB Biosphere Reserve ever since 2015. The building is currently vacant and shall be redeveloped via a multi-year State leasing licence, without being sold.
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The free-standing property is laid out onto two levels and is divided into two, separate portions: the ground floor hosts a building unit destined for commercial activities (253 cadastral sqm) , while the first floor hosts a nine-room apartment; in connection to the structure, an aluminium shed enclosed by windows was created. The complex is surrounded by a partially fenced external area of 1,411 cadastral sqm, where a masonry water gutter that used to interrupt the banks of the old river is now abandoned, since the waterway was buried. The property presents a regular site plan, with a bearing structure made of exposed solid bricks plastered with normal mortar; the double-pitched roof is covered with tiles. The shed, signalled in the cadastral layout to the South-East, has been demolished. The property is in a bad state and the restoration of facilities, closing fixtures and floors is needed.
The property is located in the Municipality of Ariano nel Polesine (population 3,939), in the Province of Rovigo, at “Gorino Veneto”, and can be accessed via Via Bacucco, at the border with Emilia-Romagna. The area falls within the Po Delta Regional Park, which goes from the Adige river (North) to the Po di Goro (South), of extraordinary landscape, historic and geologic interest. The Park includes the widest protected marsh area in Italy, with a thousand of different species of flora (also thanks to the various environments included in the same area) and more than 400 species of fauna (mammals, reptiles, amphibians and fish); the bird presence is very significant, too (more than 370 species, both nesting and wintering), turning the delta’s area into one of the most important ornithological areas in Italy as well as one of the most well-known ones in the European birdwatching community.