Napoli, Posillipo – Building Complex

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Napoli, Posillipo – Building Complex

Posillipo, Naples, Italie

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Internal area

17500 m²

External surface

6 hectares


In Posillipo, in a unique and unrepeatable setting, developed on a hill immersed in a vast park of over six hectares of maritime pines and Mediterranean vegetation overlooking the sea of Marechiaro, a real estate complex of approximately 17,500 square meters of Gross Floor Area, consisting of several constructions built in different periods, sports facilities, accessory bodies, gardens and extensive agricultural land used mainly as citrus groves.

The complex, currently used as a boarding school, is located in an extremely reserved position and has five separate entrances.

Benefiting from Naples’ mild and pleasant year-round climate, the complex enjoys spectacular panoramic views of the sea, the Bay of Naples, Vesuvius and Capri.


Contact us

  • Nome: Agedi Italia Srl
  • Telephone: +39 0276005598
  • E-mail: segreteria@agedi-italia.com


  • Country: Italy
  • Contract: For rent
  • Use: Commercial
  • Area: 17500 m²
  • Lot size: 6 hectares
  • Conditions: Good
  • Rental status: Free at deed
  • Energy class: waiting for release
  • Plus/Potential: -Unique historical, architectural and cultural value -Availability of a large surface area concentrated mainly in a single building, possibly divisible -Complex immersed in a vast park with unique views and extremely private -Town-planning area in a PRG zone for which residential, service production (office, accommodation, cultural, health, education, sport) and goods production uses are compatible


  • Descrizione Location: Posillipo, in Neapolitan dialect Pusilleco, is Naples' most elegant and prestigious residential district, developed along the hillside that, towards the south, enjoys the most beautiful views of the Gulf of Naples, Vesuvius and the island of Capri. Formerly a hamlet of the municipality of Naples, and since 1925 integrated into the capital of Campania, Posillipo is certainly the most "human-scale" district in the city, immersed in the greenery of the pinewoods and parks that follow one another and where the beautiful 19th-century villas and elegant post-war apartment blocks were built. Posillipo is ideally subdivided into four 'villages', the best known of which is certainly Marechiaro, which in the 1960s was one of the symbols of La Dolce Vita in Italy, becoming famous for its Hollywood-style haunts, its typical restaurants overlooking the Gulf of Naples and its characteristic 'Scoglione'.