it is made up of a building, which for the most part develops on two floors above ground and for a smaller portion (facing Via Garibaldi) on a level above ground. There are no underground floors. The building has a? U shape? with an internal courtyard in clear sky. The exterior has the typical characteristics of the construction period that can be dated back to a period prior to 1858, since the building already appears in section 103 of the land register? dated 1858. The façade has an exposed brick finish on which the changes made over the years up to the current date are clearly visible. The ground floor houses commercial activities and warehouses, while upstairs there are warehouses and a house. The roof is pitched with a tile finish. There are 2 entrances both on via Avezzana. The main entrance is via a driveway, while a second access connects the warehouses on the first floor, via a staircase built into the air space. The commercial premises on the ground floor have independent access directly from the street level. As already described above, the building consists of the following lots: 1. Commercial space on the ground floor with a warehouse at the back, currently occupied by an electrical equipment store. 2. Commercial space on the ground floor at the corner of Via Avezzana and Via Garibaldi, which is currently empty. 3. Warehouse on the ground floor accessible from the internal courtyard. 4. Warehouse on the first floor 5. Warehouse on the ground floor accessible from the inner courtyard and bordering via Garibaldi 6. Car garage on the ground floor accessible from the internal courtyard 7. House on the first floor with cellar and technical room of relevance 8. Internal courtyard--18a85c566285c71540f403791cd2e6ed!