Luxury real estate in Italy
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According to data by Engel & Völkers and Santandrea Luxury Houses.
Tuscany, with its beautiful landscapes, its quiet villages and its medieval estates, is a very popular holiday destination for tourists from all over the world. Here you can still find authentic buildings like this old 14th century monastery in Chianti, Siena.
Who doesn't dream of a country house in Italy to enjoy their holidays in peace or to spend their retirement? Our property of the week is an old manor house for sale in Tuscany, one of the most beautiful and popular regions among foreigners who would like to buy a property in Italy.
The luxury real estate sector in Italy has not been affected by the economic crisis because it affects a high-income target audience, according to this snapshot of the Italian luxury real estate market by Tecnocasa.
Incredible views, luxury services and a unique history… this is what makes the NH Collection Grand Hotel Convento in Amalfi so special. This 5-star hotel is a new jewel on the spectacular Amalfi coastline.
In the biggest cities in Italy like Rome and Milan, it’s easy to find weird and wonderful houses for sale with some crazy characteristics that might really surprise you.
Italy holds a collection of some of the largest and most impressive historical buildings and monuments in the world, and it’s even possible to buy some of them on idealista.
Lesa is a sleepy town on the shores of Lake Maggiore, Italy with mostly unassuming buildings… except for our house of the week, a huge, historical mansion that sticks out like a sore thumb.
This luxury home for sale in a secluded location in the middle of the countryside near Arezzo and Siena, Italy strikes the perfect balance between traditional Italian building and modern architecture.
Tucked away high in the green hills of Umbria, near Perugia, this incredible luxury home has some totally unique features that will knock your socks off. Originally built in the 17th century, the property includes a villa, a tower and various other buildings that have all been fully renovated.
Tuscany is one of the most popular areas for expats to buy property in Italy, with its authentic Italian culture, beautiful green countryside and some of the best luxury villas and most expensive homes for sale in its small, picturesque villages.
Sardinia is a paradise island off the western coast of the Italian mainland, and some beachfront areas there make up some of the wealthiest areas in Italy.