The house is square and stands on two floors. The house is accessed by a porch and bove the porch is the only terrace was built of the house. This terrace has the railing with an iron railing.
History and Historical Context
The building dates back to the early years of the '900 and the typical art nouveau house that retains the original typological and, in the tables, decorations and finishes in the same period.
Values of the Building
The building is representative of urban development in Cesenatico in the historical moment when the country is preparing to become a tourist city. The town plan of the Municipality of Cesenatico has identified the house as a building of historical value.
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