Please start typing a town name and then select an option from the menu.
Features

Property in Italy

239 Properties

FilterFilter
Premium Listing
property in Barga
Premium Listing
Premium Listing

€750,000

Barga,  Lucca,  Tuscany,  Italy
3 Bedroom Detached House Barn

Beautiful detached Tuscan house located in the sought after medieval town of Barga and perfectly located to the famous & historic locations of Tuscany such as Lucca, Pisa and Florence. The house was purchased by the current owner in 2007 and has been completely, extensively and professionally renovated and refurbished to a very high standard throughout, with high quality fixtures, fittings & furniture.

€220,000

Enna,  Sicily,  Italy
3 Bedroom Town House Outbuilding

GEOGRAPHY The house is located in Via San Pietro, believed to be the oldest district in Enna. This is characterised by small, ancient houses with internal courtyards and winding streets. The property’s roof terrace and garden overlook the ancient and green district of Valverde (green valley).

€65,000

Caulonia,  Reggio di Calabria,  Calabria,  Italy
1 Bedroom Apartment

Situated on the toe of the boot of Italy is this delightful, well designed, air conditioned, ground floor apartment in Caulonia Marina, RC.

€885,000

Schifanoia,  Terni,  Umbria,  Italy
4 Bedroom Farm House Barn

Beautiful stone and brick Farmhouse/Villa 369 sq.mt. (3,971 sq.ft) Completely renovated between 2004 and 2014 Stunning  views far and wide from the head of the Valley D'Orza. 40 sq.mt. (430 square feet ) Infinity swimming pool built in 2016 looking  out on the valley below.

€300,000

Viterbo,  Lazio,  Italy
3 Bedroom Terraced House

Lovely 800 year old stone town house (150 sq. mt) with external staircase leading to "Juliet" balcony in centre of Viterbo (Etruscan settlement) in central Italy 60 miles north of ROME near lake and sea with original stone fireplace (2.6 x 2.25 meters) and 2 IHS (Jesuit - pope Francesco) coats of arms in stone 50cm x 50 cm.

1 2 3 4 ... 48 >

Italy

For many years Tuscany has been the most popular region among British house buyers, Umbria to the south east and Le Marche farther to the east also offer plenty of potential, and more recently markets in more southerly, coastal regions such as Puglia and Calabria have opened up. To the north, the Ligurian coast is popular with wealthy Italians, and some British buyers have also ventured into the northern Italian Lakes. Rome, Venice and Florence have year round tourist appeal but property prices are high. Sardinia and Sicily are growing in popularity.

http://www.italiantourism.com/

© 2004 - 2017 MagnoliaProperty.co.uk | terms of use | privacy policy | about us | contact us