Historic nineteenth century commercial and residential palace in Italian graubuenden
Important nineteenth century palace, recently renovated, located in the beautiful village of Campocologno, first rail stop of the celebrated Bernina swiss train.
The property is on a 1’144 sqm land and measures around 1’800 sqm distributed on 7 floors. This elegant building housed for many years successful commercial activities, such as colonial products trade as cotton, tobacco and coffee, thanks to its great vicinity to Italy (only 1 km of distance). For this reason a coffee roasting company and a gas/oil station (still present) with ten car parks available for customers, were a good example of thriving business in the house.
Inside the palace houses both commercial and residential room: for commmercial space we have 430 sqm of shop’s showcases and coffee roasting at the ground floor, and stores in the basement and at high floors. For residential space there are numerous indipendent apartments inside the broad building, for a total of 11 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 8 dining rooms, a library and 2 studio (all flats are elegantly renotaveted by keeping the charme of the local traditional architecture).
Its extremely strategic position, given the proximity both to Italy (1 km) and Engadina (30km), as well as the Bernina train turist flow, makes the property an interesting commercial and residential investment object. Not least the possession of commercial license for tobacco and other products.
Charming object of great ductility.