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Montagano,  Campobasso,  Molise,  Italy
4 Bedroom Country House with Gite

Stunning country villa located in pristine molise. Situated on manicured fenced grounds your pets can run free amongst 50 olive trees, 2 fig trees, 2 cherry trees, and 5 cypress trees. The villa features 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. Remodeled in 2000 all anti sisemic measures were incorporated into the structure and under the ground.


Ortona,  Chieti,  Abruzzo,  Italy
4 Bedroom Flat

The flat is situated in a semi-rural location, on a hill, overlooking the sea and surrounded by olive trees and vines. It is spacious and comprises a lounge, kitchen/diner, three bedrooms and two bathrooms.


Murlo,  Siena,  Tuscany,  Italy
4 Bedroom Farm House with Land

Renovated farm house in quiet hill-side locale, but close to numerous picturesque hill towns in Tuscany, such as Pienza and Siena, and close to the famous cypress glade in Val d'Orcia. Two stories, which can be used as two units or combined as one. Each story has its own kitchen.


Isolabona,  Imperia,  Liguria,  Italy
3 Bedroom Flat

Fully furnished second floor apartment in 1420s monastery with imposing views over Isolabona. Ideal holiday home just inland from the coast (12 km / 20mins) between Dolceacqua (3 km) and Apricale (1 km). All mod cons including two bathrooms, dishwasher and washing machine.


Contrada Santa Giusta,  Campobasso,  Molise,  Italy
7 Bedroom Country House with Multiple Annexes

A Substantial Property in Central Italy 52,000 sq. mt of land, 1,100 sq. mt. building with 400 sq. mt. Main House (1 master bedroom incl. bathroom, 4 double and 2 single bedrooms each with bathroom, 1 living room, 1 open space dining and living room, 50 sq. mt. kitchen, 1 guest toilet, 1 storage room). 100 sq. mt.

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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.

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