The compound is situated in the elegant district Nervi next to the prestigious Viale delle Palme, the beautiful walkway Passeggiata Anita Garibaldi and the important botanical complex of the Nervi Parks. The compound, located in a quite secluded but strategic position with all facilities, is made of two buildings and a wide appurtenant open area.
The verification of cultural importance pursuant to article 12 of the Legislative Decree 42/2004 is currently underway.
The real estate is made of two independent buildings in a wide appurtenant open area.
The main building consists of four levels above ground, a basement and a flat roof with direct access from the stairwell. The annex building has two levels above ground; the upper floor is designated as a storage room /archive and has a springing height of 1,50 m and a ridge height of 2,38 m. Both buildings are equipped with air conditioning, heating, electrical and fire protection systems, but they need to be checked for proper functioning.
The estate is included in the AC-IU “preservation of the urban layout” area of the Town planning, with several designated uses: public and private services, residential, tourist and accomodation, offices, small and medium retail stores. Any kind of intervention for the existing buildings’ preservation and renovation is permitted. Possession of the qualifying titles laid down in the regulations is mandatory, as well as the submission of a building permit for interventions of building replacement and new construction.
The real estate is in Genoa in the district of Nervi, more precisely in Via Val Cismon 7, and can be easily reached both with private and public transportation. The area in question has a mainly high-level residential vocation, especially for villas and luxury apartments, and there are many small retail stores.
Thanks to its position neighbouring Villa Groppallo, also known as Nervi Park, the real estate can enjoy a secluded and quiet location despite its vicinity to the railway station and the State Road Via Aurelia.
The proximity to the walkway along the sea, named Passeggiata Anita Garibaldi, makes the setting exclusive.