The premises is in the district Appio-Latino, an area rich in services and shops, near the city centre, at about 1 km from the important junction of the Basilica of St John and at the same distance from the Appia Antica regional park, a wide green area crossed by various foot and cycle paths. The estate is situated on the ground floor of a 7-storeys building and consists of a main room and toilets.
The estate is situated on the ground floor of a building consisting of seven floors and a basement and dating back to the Sixties. The exteriors are in good conditions; the facades are in clinker bricks with grey stringcourses and balconies with balustrades. On the ground floor there are commercial premises, while on the other floors there are apartments.
The premises is made of a main room with a net surface of 32,00 sqm and with a window overlooking the street, from which the premises can be entered, and toilets with ante bathroom of 3,00 sqm, for a total net surface of 35 sqm.
The floors of the main room are in stone tiles, while the ones of the toilets are in ceramic tiles. Part of the ceiling is covered by a false ceiling.
The premises is equipped with electrical, air exchange, and water and sanitary systems, and configurated for air conditioning.
The following destinations of use are provided for in the General Development Plan: commercial, services, tourist and accomodation, handicraft.
The estate is suitable for different activities and, in consideration of its proximity to itineraries for slow travellers, pilgrims, cyclists and walkers, it can be used as an information point or a supporting facility for slow tourism.
The estate is in the district Appio-Latino, south-east of the city centre. The area is well served by public transport, with the underground line A and various bus lines, and it is at about 3 km from the main railway station of Termini, from where it is also possible to reach the airports (Fiumicino at 28 km and Ciampino at 13 km).
The district is mainly residential and commercial, and it is crossed by main streets like Via Appia, Via Magna Grecia and Via Gallia.
The premises is at about 2 km from the Colosseum and the Circus Maximus and about 1 km from the Appia Antica Park, a wide green area that spreads to the village of Marino, between old testimonies of Ancient Rome.