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Brownfield Former Villa Ansaldo Hospital

Short Overview

Nineteenth-century Genoese villa, originally used as a holiday resort, which is built on three floors above ground, including an independent structure located behind the main building, with driveway access and a large plot of surrounding land. 

Currently in disuse and in a state of complete abandonment, was formerly used as a hospital.

To date, the dimensions are as follows: 557 sqm of buildings (surface area obtained from the previous sale deed) and 30,452 sqm of land (crossed by a public road).


Gross Floor Area GFA


Number of buildings

Area details
Property: Public
Gross Floor Area GFA: 557 m²
Province: Genova
Municipality: Recco
Address: Via Don Angelo Polleri 5, Recco (GE)
Urban requirements:
  • Pursuant to articles 10 and 12 of Italian Legislative Decree 42/2004
  • Pursuant to article 136 (c) and (d) of Italian Legislative Decree 42/2004 (Overall beauty)
  • Pursuant to article 142 of Italian Legislative Decree 42/2004 (Coastline)
  • Subject to Precise Country Regulations of the Comune of Recco
  • Unity restriction (indivisible)
  • Testamentary: the obligation to benefit those who - destitute - need care
Last use: Former Hospital
Occupation: Free
Investment type (sale/location): Sale
Sale price: 530000 €
Description of area already designated to other use:

Comprehensive planning 2007:

  • AR-TA: Scope of redevelopment of open areas;
  • FV: Equipped green area and urban parks (the restriction has lapsed as a result of the provisions of article 9 of Presidential Decree no. 327/2001).
Number of present buildings: 2
Building year: 1900
Total levels: 3
Condition: In poor state
Statistical data of the municipality of Recco


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