The object of this sale is a residential building, located in Jesi (AN) in the corner between La Malfa and De Gasperi. On the lot is being built a semi-detached building, nowadays still at the only structural skeleton with sloping ceilings and roofing. The location is close to the new "Carlo Urbani" hospital complex in Jesi, in the immediate north-west of the city center, easily reached by car. The area seems to have a good appetite, with only residential properties with well-spaced real estate, adequate public greenery, manufactured of good quality
residential and terraced type single-family housing. The immovable property in the lot, which at present requires at least control and maintenance of greenery due to the uncontrolled growth of the tree species due to the abandonment of the yard, is a two-story building, parcel, of which today is the only structural supporting carved skeleton, the soles, the covering, some non-plastered perimeter tamponature. Overall, one can not even speak of raw state as well as of complete structural. The lot consists of two particles extending for an area of ??815 square meters. In order to benefit from the total building capacity of the lot (400 sq. M.), A non-edifice service with the neighbor was concluded.
Authorization permits for construction expired on 02.11.2016.
Update to 11.09.2020, as of today the property has expired authorizations. It will therefore be sufficient to activate a new building permit for completion (or modification as a variant to the previous ones, at the choice of the future buyer) by paying the difference in the construction cost only calculated between the one in force at the time of the new permit and the one already paid at the stage. initial.
Since some steel elements bolted to the reinforced concrete beams and pillars are present within the structural skeleton, the current state of validity of the practices at the Civil Engineers was also investigated to understand if in the period of validity of the projects, the client had decided to carry out variants and their qualification. Therefore, the metal elements installed, not being present in any of the graphics deposited with the Civil Engineers, must be disassembled and removed. For more information, please refer to the attached Survey Supplement.