Building of historical value located in the historical centre of Verona, in Piazza delle Erbe, adjacent to the Domus Mercatorum. The asset is an example of one of the so-called house-towers that delimit the square due to its width-height ratio. The building is laid out onto six aboveground floors and one basement: the portions for sale are the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th floor, while part of the ground floor, of the mezzanine and of the basement are owned by a third party. The property, whose interiors do not present any valuable characteristic, was purchased by the Chamber and subsequently connected to the Domus Mercatorum, with which it shares the accesses and the staircases linking the various floors. It is subject to a restrictive historical and cultural clause, together with the adjacent Domus Mercatorum.
Historical building located in the oldest square in Verona, Piazza delle Erbe, which was built on top of the Ancient Roman forum area, next to the Domus Mercatorum. Casa Bresciani represents, along with the other adjacent buildings, one of the sides of the square, featuring the typical characteristics of the so-called house-towers due to its width-height ratio. The building is laid out onto six aboveground floors and one basement. The sale is limited to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd floor, intended for office use, and the 4th floor, for residential use. Part of the ground floor, of the mezzanine and of the basement are owned by a third party. The internal spaces do not present any valuable characteristic. The façade overlooking the square used to boast a fresco. In the 30s, the back façade was completely renovated following the destruction of the former Jewish Ghetto. Following the renovation works and the redistribution of the interiors, the units are now adjoined to the adjacent Domus Mercatorum, and access is made possible via the monumental staircase built inside of the Domus Mercatorum, whereas the internal staircase of Casa Bresciani also functions as access to the Domus’ second floor. The properties are subject to a restrictive historical and cultural clause given their location in one of the most relevant squares of the city, not to mention their formal and typological characteristics. The various portions of the building can be purchased individually (Lot B: SCHEDE LOTTI_LOTTO_B), or together with the adjacent Domus Mercatorum (Lot C: SCHEDE LOTTI_LOTTO_C).
The building is located in the historical centre of Verona (population 255,585), in the oldest square of the city, which was built on top of the Ancient Roman forum (Piazza delle Erbe). The Venetian town is located in a strategic point in the Brennero area, in close proximity to the Garda Lake, a territory with great tourist affluence. The area surrounding the building is characterised by residential assets, but also administrative and hotel activities, with commercial units usually located in the ground floor of the various buildings. Juliet’s House, one of Verona’s most visited monument, is located in close proximity to the asset and, more specifically, in Via Cappello. The building falls within the restricted traffic area of the city centre, where parking spaces are scarce but the local public transport infrastructure is strong; the Roman amphitheatre is a short walking distance away (10 minutes) along Via Mazzini, the most popular shopping street of Verona. “Verona Porta Nuova” railway station, which connects the city with Bologna, Bolzano, Milan, Turin, Rome and Venice, is 30 minutes away on foot (2.2 km), while the motorway exit “Verona Sud” (on the Milan-Venice highway A-4) is located 7.7 km away from it (17 minutes by car). The Verona (Catullo) airport is 12 km away from the building (25 minutes by car), while Venice’s (Marco Polo) is about 125 km away (90 minutes by car).