Luxury real estate in Italy
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Our house of the week is a mansion near Florence, on the Lastrigiana Hill in Lastra a Signa. Although Florence can be reached by car in a few minutes, the property offers a lot of peace and privacy due to its exceptional location.
Would you like to live near the city centre of Rome, but don't want to miss the comfort of a large detached house with garden? Then our house of the week may be just right for you. It is a luxury villa west of Rome, close to the International School and the Università Europea di Roma.
Have you always dreamed of a holiday home on a deserted island? Then take a look at our property of the week. It is a beautiful, spacious villa on the island of Salina, part of the Lipari Islands, north of Sicily in the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Are you looking for a holiday home by the sea in Italy? Then our house of the week might be just right for you. This modern luxury villa in Forte dei Marmi is only 1.4 kilometres from the beach and the lively city centre.
The house of the week today is a villa in an exclusive residential complex in Milan. This prestigous property exudes modern elegance both all throughout. It is close to the center of Milan offering the luxury of a home and a personal spa, with a high level of privacy.
The remarkable property of the week in Olbia doesn't shy away with its imposing elegance. The villa contains 7 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, set on 384 m2 (4133 ft2). It was only built in 2012 but it gives still of a rustic Italian charm.
The striking property of the week located in Todi, boasts a beautiful panorama of views.
According to data by Engel & Völkers and Santandrea Luxury Houses.
The Strada Provinciale 14 (SP14), in the area of Montalcino (Siena), is the street with the most expensive houses in Italy, for an average value of 3,690,714 euros according to a study by the real estate portal idealista regarding "luxury adresses" in Italy.
This charming apartment in the Vittorio Emanuele Angusto area of Milan stands out with its period style facade and interior decoration. The smallest details haven't been forgotten when giving this property of the week the striking air of elegance.
Tuscany is one of the most popular Italian regions. Not surprisingly, it has much to offer for lovers of art, culture, history, wine, and gastronomy. Can you imagine spending your holidays here in a romantic country house?
Italian rustic houses have a very special charm and seem to transfer their inhabitants to another era.