Luxury real estate in Italy
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If you dream of living "la dolce vita" and sipping on wine in the Italian countryside, then this is the property for you. This beautiful countryside estate in Chianti is made up of a charming main residence and various annex buildings used both as guest houses and rural/storage areas.
This ancient castle dating back to the 10th century lies between the regions of Umbria and Tuscany. Re-branded as luxury accommodation, Hotel Castello di Reschio offers 36 exquisite high-end suites for its guests from this spring.
Today we're transporting you to the Italian region of Puglia to a well known luxury holiday home which is now on the market. Maison Elle is an extra-luxury sea view villa located between Ostuni and Carovigno, just 25km from Brindisi - Salento Airport.
This week's property of the week is a little different, as today we're taking a look around a wonderful stately home which overlooks Lake Como.
If you're searching for a truly unique villa in Italy, then look no further. This stunning seafront villa in Apulia is almost one of a kind and finding villa for sale so close to the sea is a rare find.
If you dream of living close to some of the best beaches in Italy but also surrounded by nature, then this is the perfect property for the best of both worlds.
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!
Life in the Italian countryside is one that is desired by many, and we can think of no better place to enjoy the hills of the Apennines than this wonderful renovated mill in Reggio Emilia. This true oasis of peace is just waiting for you to have a look around.
If you're seeking total relaxation and a life of luxury in Italy, look no further than the wonderful island of Sardinia. The wonderful Villa Pantogia Porto Cervo is located on the hill of Pantogia, just 5 minutes drive from the Marina and the famous "Piazzetta".
If you're in search of maximum peace and quiet, then this unique villa on the island of Pantelleria has your name written on it.
Sometimes buying a property is not just investing in somewhere to live, but it can also be buying a piece of history. This is the case with this stunning estate in the Tuscan countryside in Arezzo which is filled with original features dating back to the sixteenth century.
The first thing you may be asking is, what are trulli houses in Italy? A trullo (known as trulli in the plural form) is a traditional Apulian hut made of limestone and with a conical roof.