Complex composed of a rectangular, flat land covered with spontaneous vegetation with a villa, garage, stable, shed and shelter for animals.
Property dating back to the middle of the twentieth century and initially part of the adjacent PS Commissariat, with at the time a villa used as a service accommodation and artefacts used for institutional purposes. The complex is composed of a rectangular, flat land covered with spontaneous vegetation with a villa, garage, stable, shed and shelter for animals. The small villa has simple architectural features, with a load-bearing masonry structure, pitched roofing with tiles, external façades partly covered in ashlar stone and partly painted, wooden doors and windows
The property is located in the peripheral area of the municipal area, in the township of Opicina, in an urban context with green areas, well connected to roads and served by public transport. Opicina is the largest inhabited centre in the Karst Plateau, which has become home for many people working in Trieste. The village is an ideal starting point for walks on the plateau as there are many paths, the most frequented is the Napoleonic Road; a path of about 4 km characterised by vertical walls of rock that reaches the Marian sanctuary of Monte Grisa, from where you have a view over the whole town and gulf. Opicina has a railway station that represents the hub of the city of Trieste for rail transport to Slovenia, as there are two international railway lines: the Transalpine and Southern railway. At about 4 km to the north there is an important interport; an infrastructure dedicated to intermodal logistics. It is a strategic connection hub for freight traffic between Central and Eastern European markets and the Mediterranean basin