Real estate complex built in the early 1900s located in the municipality of Arco, in the Autonomous Province of Trento, in the hamlet of Varignano. The building is located near the historical centre, in the Alto Garda area, with a high touristic vocation. The area is very popular among sport climbing enthusiasts and every year hosts the Rock Master Festival, one of the most significant climbing event worldwide. The property includes an Italian garden and a yard used as parking space.
The building complex, with its rectangular layout, is divided into four aboveground floors plus a basement level. The structure is completely unencumbered on three sides and partially covered on the fourth one. The floors from the ground to the attic level have a gross surface area of 270 sqm each, while the underground warehouse covers 45 sqm. The entrance to the building is on the ground floor, in Via della Libertà no. 20, with a stairwell serving all the floors and a reinforced concrete compartment that contains the elevator; on the same level there are three large rooms, a large central vaulted courtyard with wide French windows and a room that houses the heating plant and the laundry.
In addition to the fully enclosed Italian garden of approximately 1,026 sqm, the ground floor also hosts a large unpaved square of approximately 1,863 sqm , located on the north side beyond the narrow roadway of Via della Libertà and used as a car park.
The first floor has windows on three sides, is blind on the south side, and is composed as follows: central hall, five rooms, three facing north and west and two facing east, two bathrooms.
The second floor consists of a central hall to the east, five rooms and two bathrooms, with windows in all rooms.
The third floor (attic) is divided into four rooms/office plus bathrooms, with heights varying between 2.10 m and 4.60 m.
The building is made of stone, with frames and portals in dressed stone, decorated masonry eaves and pitched roof.
PH: “Archivio Patrimonio del Trentino – Foto di Marco Parisi (2023)”
The building, known as “Casa Bresciani”, is located 2 km away from the town of Arco (population 17,691), in Varignano d’Arco, in the territory of the Autonomous Province of Trento (population 540,958), Trentino-Alto Adige Region. The municipality is well known for hosting the Rock Master Festival, an international sport climbing competition, every year. Varignano is located near the State Road SS421, towards Lake Tenno and Canale di Tenno. There are several artistic and monumental assets present in the small town, such as the Church of San Martino, the Castle and the Hermitage of San Paolo, as well as the historic Town Hall of Arco. The municipality is also rich in natural parks, which host numerous walks, the most famous of which is the “Rilke Promenade”. The building is located 2.4 km away from the centre of Arco, and not far from Lake Garda (Riva del Garda is approximately 6 km away); the provincial capital of Trento is 36 km away. Through the State Road SS240 of Loppio and Val di Ledro, it is possible to reach the “Rovereto Sud” motorway exit of the “A22/E45 (Brennero)” highway, one of the main axes of the Italian motorway network that connects the Po Valley and the A1 motorway with Austria and Germany (22 km from the property). The “Mori” railway station, on the Trento-Bolzano-Verona line, is 23 km away from the area, while Verona Valerio Catullo airport is 87 km away from the municipality.