Luxury real estate in Italy
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Living in a large city doesn't mean having to compromise on space, design or nature, something which is in no shortage in this stylish apartment in the Vigentino area of Milan. Inside a former industrial complex, the property provides a safe community close to all local services, public transport an
Italy's beautiful lakes are a breathtaking sight, the perfect destination for those seeking peace and quiet, far from the hustle and bustle of every day life.
What are the new trends in the luxury real estate market across the world and in Italy? Who are the main investors in luxury property in 2020? What are buyers looking for in a high-end property? Let's have a look at the answers to these questions with the help of experts from Coldwell Banker.
The island of Capri is famous for a reason and really is one of Italy's most prestigious destinations. As well as being a magnet for the rich and famous, the island is also full of history and beauty, perfectly represented by this beautiful villa on a hillside in the centre of Capri.
It is unlikely that the luxury property sector in Italy will experience a crisis after the coronavirus pandemic, mainly because this sector affects a target of buyers with high spending availability.
Porto Rotondo is located between the Gulf of Cugnana and the Gulf of Marinella, 13km north of Olbia in Sardinia.
The Tuscan countryside is famous for its lush green landscapes, as well as a rich historical and artistic legacy, a true delight for visitors.
The Golfo Aranci municipality in the Province of Sassari in the Italian region Sardinia is home to some of Italy's most beautiful seaside properties.
Italy is home to over 350 islands, meaning that when it comes to choosing the perfect island to live on, there is plenty of choice!
Valsolda is a municipality of about 1,400 inhabitants in the Province of Como in the Italian region Lombardy. It is located about 60km north of Milan, about 25km north of Como and 2km east of Lugano, and is home to this beautiful lakeside villa which is located just 3km from the Swiss border.
Rocchetta Belbo in the heart of the Langhe is a hilly area to the south and east of the river Tanaro in Piedmont, northern Italy, and this territory is particularly special as it is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
A building restoration project in Italy that blends art and history in the natural setting of the hills of Biella is a special property, not to be missed.