Villa Javelli is a multi-unit property located in a semi-central area of Turin, close to the Parco deValentino. The building is in good conditions, and ideally suited for a residential development for its location.
The villa was built at the beginning of the twentieth century on ‘Via F. Petrarca, with a secondary entrance on Via Chiabrera. The self-contained property consists of a main building with three floors above ground and a basement level, plus 3 smaller buildings all contained in a single lot. The total gross area of the buildings totals 1,653 m², while the area of the grounds amounts to 1,425 m². The property is listed as a heritage building of artistic relevance. The location of the property is also classified from a hydrogeological and seismic point of view. The villa is currently used as public offices but is ideally suited for redevelopment for use either as private offices or as a residential complex.
The property is located in a semi-central area of Turin (896,773 inhabitants), the capital city of the province of Turin and of Piedmont region. It is Italy’s fourth largest city in terms of residents. The villa is located close to the left bank of the Po river, next to the “Teatro Nuovo di Torino”, the Parco del Valentino, the Botanical Gardens and the Medieval Hamlet. The area surrounding the property is mainly residential, but also includes many commercial services, public transport and roads linking it to the old city centre and the main motorways. The metro railway stop Nizza is 1 km from the property by foot, whilst the Porta Nuova railway station is 2.2 km away. Piazza Castello is 3.3 km away.