The property, encompassing an area situated near the railway station, is located just outside Caltagirone's historic centre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, within the metropolitan city of Catania. Thanks to its position close to the old town centre and to its excellent road access, the area can be developed at best through the construction of both commercial and residential buildings.
The property, which consists of a trapezoidal plot of land (8,600 m²), is located near the railway station’s main building, with autonomous access both by car and on foot from Piazza della Repubblica 2. The area, flat and paved for the most part, hosts an office building and some other prefabricated structures destined for various uses. Thanks to its proximity to the old town centre and its excellent road and public transportation accessibility the area is ideal for development projects which include the construction of commercial and residential buildings.
The property is located in the suburban area of the Municipality of Caltagirone, an historic city with 38,828 inhabitants. Being the 22nd Sicilian municipality in terms of residents, it is part of the metropolitan area of Catania. It’s old centre, located on the hills between Erei and Iblei Mountains, hosts many churches, palaces and villas. Since 2002, it has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site, together with Val di Noto. The city is famous for its artistic ceramics whose production dates back to ancient Greece. The property, which consists of an area located in the surroundings of the railway station on the line Lentini-Gela, is provided with autonomous access for both cars and pedestrians, from Piazza della Repubblica 2. Access to the area is ensured by the local road system that leads to Via Roma and Via Cristoforo Colombo (State Road SS124 ‘siracusana’), an important road that brushes the old town centre and then joins State Road Ss 117 to the west, leading to Siracusa to the east (100 km). The city is 70 km away from Catania and 60 km away from Ragusa.