A high value real estate complex located near Bergamo’s Città Alta, inside the perimeter of the historical village and near the Mura Venete walls. The building, based on its architectural characteristics and its location, can be used for private homes or it can be turned into a tourist accommodation complex.
The complex, Palazzo Lupi, with access on Via Pignolo, is made up of a main two-storey building overlooking the street and a three storey building behind it, as well as a large internal garden, for a gross floor area of 4,274 sqm. Inside, the building presents features and characteristics of high historical and architectural value, and is in conditions. The property is vacant and subject to a restriction by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism (ex. Lgs.D 42/2004). According to the city planning tool used, the occupiable properties are prevalently for residential and service use.
The property is centrally located in Bergamo (pop. 119,002), capital of the Province of Bergamo (pop. 1,109,853), 4th largest city in Lombardy in terms of resident population. The context in which it is located is characterized by the presence of ancient buildings with high historical-cultural value and vast green spaces, around 1 km away from Piazza Duomo. The area has good accessibility by car and is well connected with public transport, with city buses and the funicular close to the property. The train station, which provides the main links with the province and “Orio al Serio” airport (the third largest in Italy with over 10 million travellers in 2015), is 1.3 km from the property on foot. The city, very well connected by roads and motorways, is 50 km from the centre of Milan, 40 km from Lecco (Lake Como) and 120 km from Lugano (Switzerland)