The real estate complex is made of a former chapel and a residential unit. The chapel, dating back to the early 15th. The residential unit has an independent access and a wide appurtenant area. The complex is situated in the old town of Mantua, close to famous monuments and locations like Palazzo Ducale, Piazza Sordello and the Castle of St. George.
The former chapel was consecrated to St. Christopher and dates back to the 15th-16th century, with overlays from the 18th century. It was originally a convent church and was constructed under the patronage of Paola Malatesta Gonzaga. It is made of bricks and has a classic structure with three cross vaulted naves, the central one higher and separated from the aisles through arches and columns made of bricks, and a round stony portal. The chapel has been restored in 2019 with a conservative renovation of the coverings of the naves.
The residential unit occupies the first floor of the former convent adjacent to the church, with access from Via Acerbi 2. It is composed of 6 main rooms with passageway, closet and restroom, for a total gross area of 246 sqm, and has an appurtenant green area of 615 sqm.
The complex is situated in the old town of Mantua, along one of the main streets and close to important architectural highlights like Palazzo Te, the house of Mantegna and the Church of St. Sebastian, while Piazza Sordello and the Cathedral are about 3 km away. The area is mainly residential and rich in facilities like green areas, schools, banks, petrol stations and shops. It is well connected to the main roads and served with public transport and free shuttles connecting the parking lots with the old town.
The city of Mantua, surrounded by 4 lakes created by the levees on the river Mincio and famous for the Renaissance architecture of the buildings constructed by the Gonzaga family like Palazzo Ducale, can be reached through both the northern and the southern orbital roads and also through the State roads, the highway A22 Modena-Brenner and the railway Verona – Mantua – Modena