It is difficult to find any words to describe the beauty and fascination of Venice. Before buying a property there you should be aware that you will need to do lots of walking and spend time on the ‘vaporetto, (water bus).
Realitalia, is proud to announce the launch of a project of renovated ancient homes in the historic centre of Santo Stefano di Sesssanio in the heart of Abruzzo, a region rich in cultural traditions.
Garda Homes are delighted to bring Valeggio Castle to the market. This unique property built in the 20th Century from the ruins of the ‘Old Castle Valeggio’, dating back hundreds of years and with many original features still intact, now offers one discerning investor the opportunity to restore to its former glory as a private residence or perhaps the opportunity of converting it into a small hotel or spa resort.
Italy’s property market is on the move and it’s all in one direction, and that’s up. A leading property search portal revealed this year that Italy is now the most searched for country by Brits looking to invest in property taking 8.5% of all searches on the website.
“There are excellent ways of making your money go further if you invest in Italy”, says Linda Travella of Casa Travella, experts in selling homes in Italy for over 20 years.
Taxing times for Italy? Italian tax laws have recently changed and it is private buyers looking for holiday homes, supplemented by holiday rentals that are now streets ahead compared to the taxing times of old.
Castello Baronale is an impressive castle dating back to 1350, with a fort dating back to 950 AD, located within the medieval village of Collato Sabino, 50 km east of Rome.
Property isn’t the kindest of industries to the environment. According to the Green Building Council the production of building materials accounts for 10% of Britain’s carbon dioxide emissions, lighting and heating a mammoth 50% and the construction industry generates a third of all waste in the UK.
Italy’s position as a world leading tourism destination seems unlikely to dwindle as domestic figures continue to rise. Italians show a strong passion for their homeland, being the main visitors to the paradisiacal southern regions and creating an increased demand for rental property in these areas.
Precious Villas are delighted to bring to the market a ‘Borgo’ development originally dating form the 16th Century, now full restored, set in an elevated position overlooking the walled city of Lucca in Tuscany.
The 22nd James Bond film sees Daniel Craig return as the famous British secret service agent and is being filmed on location in Italy, Austria, UK and South America.
Dreaming of moving to pastures new? Fed up with the climate and ever increasing taxes? Precious Villas may have the solution! They are now marketing ‘The Essence of Chianti’ which will allow one lucky investor to realise their dream and to take to task the opportunity of running a B&B in the heart of the Chianti region.
Italy has always been a popular destination for both tourists and investors, however exaggerated claims of property price increases in emerging European property markets had led to a slight downturn.
David Stanley Redfern Ltd, has just added another fantastic value stunning Tuscany investment property to their burgeoning port-folio of the finest investment opportunities in the industry.
Overseas property investors looking to buy master class Italian real estate should look no further than San Pietro, Bevagna. This opportunity is simply incomparable to any other of its kind. The development and its 602 metre 2 bed apartments sit just 1 block from the sea road.
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