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Cheap property for sale in Tuscany Italy in the centre of the beautiful village of Anghiari. 2 Bed apartment convenient for amenities and facilities. Ideal home or holiday property. More info
Umbria real estate comprising a fully restored stone country house villa (4 bedrooms) with gardens and a separate guest (1 bedroom) annexe. If you are looking for an inexpensive traditional country property make sure you organise a viewing of this Italian home. More info
Looking for a well priced restored house in Tuscany? Only a few minutes from Caprese Michelangelo in a hillside panoramic position is this 2 bed 2 bath semi-detached portion of a farmhouse which has a panoramic terrace, 1040 sq mts land and a woodshed.
This large Amalfi coast seaside villa will be of interest to developers, investors or individuals looking for a project offering an investment opportunity. Perched on a cliff overlooking the sea the villa is on 6 floors with a total surface area of 1,148 square metres (12,352 square feet). Ideal as a luxury home, subdivision or boutique hotel serving the many tourists who come each year to this well known upmarket holiday destination. More info
If you are looking for Florence Italy apartments for sale take a look at this luxury property near Piazza Del Duomo. Large and spacious (5 bedrooms) modern property inside a 13th-century convent right in the city centre. Close to shops, restaurants and all that Florence has to offer. More info
Tuscany Italy property comprising a pair of farmhouses, fully restored to make a 3-star Boutique hotel with B&B tourist accommodation. 18 Bedrooms overall, Swimming pool, olive trees and gardens. More info
Recently built house in Tuscany, eco built villa property with 3 bedrooms, swimming pool and gardens. Modern home close to services and the Historic town of Cortona.
Tuscan townhouse for sale in Sansepolcro Tuscany. Restored 2 bedroom townhome, in the historical town centre and an easy walk to amenities, facilities and restaurants, shops and historical monuments. More info
Developer property in the centre of the beautiful Tuscan village of Anghiari. Ripe for real estate development, commercial and/or residential. A historic palazzo and former stables. More info
A luxury villa for sale with a sea view over the Adriatic coast. Fully restored, with luxury finishes, this spacious property offers up to 4 bedrooms, an infinity pool, gardens, a games room, a gym, a cinema room… More info
Small apartment, for sale furnished, in the centre of Pistrino, a small village in the Umbria municipality of Citerna. Renovated in 2006 and located on the second floor of a historic building. A 2 bed 60 sqm apartment for sale at a very good price and is ideal if you are looking for a small private home with all services in the immediate vicinity. More info
Roughly 150 m from Piazza del Duomo in Florence, on the first floor of a recently restored Renaissance palazzo, 56-sqm … More info
Literally two steps from Piazza del Duomo in Florence, on the first floor of a recently restored Renaissance palazzo, 50-sqm … More info
Choice of apartments in Florence for sale. In the city centre of the Tuscan capital and less than 100 metres from the Piazza Del Duomo (some have views of the Duomo). Choose from 1 or 2 or 3 bedrooms and bathrooms. Excellent opportunity to buy in this enchanting city whether as a home, holiday property or investment. Superb location close to shops, restaurants, museums, galleries ……. More info
Roughly 150 m from Piazza del Duomo in Florence, on the fourth floor of a recently restored Renaissance palazzo, 100-sqm … More info
Roughly 150 m from Piazza del Duomo in Florence, on the fourth floor of a recently restored Renaissance palazzo, 146-sqm … More info
Roughly 150 m from Piazza del Duomo in Florence, on the fourth floor of a recently restored Renaissance palazzo, 140-sqm … More info
Roughly 150 m from Piazza del Duomo in Florence, on the third floor of a recently restored Renaissance palazzo, 69-sqm … More info
Roughly 150 m from Piazza del Duomo in Florence, on the second floor of a recently restored Renaissance palazzo, 108-sqm … More info
Roughly 150 m from Piazza del Duomo in Florence, on the second floor of a recently restored Renaissance palazzo, 75-sqm … More info
Awe-inspiring Italy, the birthplace of Western civilization, serves as a feast for travellers near and far to experience architecture, landscapes, cuisine, and culture found no place else in the world. From the timeworn ruins of the Roman empire to the still-standing cathedrals of the 17th Century Baroque period, the buildings themselves are a testament to the rich history that permeates every street corner and hilltop of this ancient land. Stunning landscapes invite locals and visitors alike to explore its towering mountains, verdant plains, and an ever-flowing network of rivers, lakes, and islands.
Come for the food, stay for the culture some might say of the wonder bound nation of Italy. Pair tantalizing meals of homegrown pasta, farm fresh meats, and exotic cheeses with the aromatic vintages of the world’s penultimate exporter of wine. Between meals, draw in the vastness of Italian culture by gazing upon breathtaking art and listening to the oldest written music in the world. Italy is known as the country of love, and many who visit fall so much in love with the land that they make it a part of their lives. If you’re looking to make Italy your own, view our vast collection of Italy property for sale.
“You may have the universe if I may have Italy”, writes 19th-century Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi in the prelude to his opera Attila, and anyone who has gazed upon the beauty of the landscapes of Italy will know that the entire cosmos offers no place more beauteous to behold.
From the snow-capped Dolomite mountains of the north to the herculean cliffs of Tropea and all the verdurous pastures in between, Italy is teeming with natural wonder. Explore the turquoise coasts of Amalfi, where local fishermen of the Furore Fiord humbly ply their trade so that natives and visitors may sup on the fresh bounty of the Salerno Gulf. Let your breath be taken away as the rainbow sunset casts its vibrant rays upon the Valleys of Tuscany, where the horizon is dotted with lush Cypress and cosy vineyards give birth to flavorful wines. Bathe in the summer waters of the Saturnia hot springs, formed in mythical tales by the lightning bolts of mighty Jupiter, and ever perfectly attuned to the temperature of the human body.
Immortalized by Renaissance artists like Leonardo da Vinci and Fra Bartolomeo, the landscapes of Italy have inspired beauty-seekers the world over to come, rest, and contemplate. It was common for the fifteenth and sixteenth-century artists to travel from afar just to witness the wonder of Italian light and capture on canvas its brilliance shining down upon the terrain. Indeed, many painters of the time could make their living on landscape pieces alone. These paintings reflect the pastoral themes common to classical poetry, a school of art that idealizes the simplicity of peasant life and the countryside in which they live. Today, Italian natives remember this simplicity every time they cast their eyes upon the land, and visitors still travel from across the globe to experience the treasures hidden among the valleys and foothills of Italy.
Every corner of Italy, from the busy city of Venice to the humble countryside, is teeming with architectural wonders that will leave viewers breathless. The beauty of Renaissance construction techniques was so well-regarded that its inspiration can be found throughout the world today in churches, libraries, and country homes.
The unique style that brings fame to so many Italian buildings—their vast domes, spanning arches, and towering columns—stems from the diverse cultural heritage of the nation’s history. For centuries, Italy was composed of independent city-states, each with its own culture, traditions, and artistic modes. This melting pot of ideas and styles blended to create a sui generis architectural technique that has stood the test of time like no other.
Delve into the Roman ruins of Aquileia, where stand the remnants of stone pillars some two thousand years old. Discover the mystery behind how this sleepy village of less than 10,000 was once a bustling city boasting ten times that number of citizens. Contemplate the image of San Lorenzo in flames (the mosaic rumoured to have inspired Dante’s Divine Comedy) beneath the mausoleum of Queen Galla of Rome.
Observe the hand-carved rooftop sculptures of the Cathedral Milan, Italy’s largest cathedral, a halcyon blend of artistic styles that took almost six centuries to complete, possessing the tallest Gothic vaults to be found in the world. Of the cathedral, Mark Twain devoted an entire chapter in his Innocents Abroad, describing it thus: “So grand, so solemn, so vast! And yet so delicate, so airy, so graceful!”
Dreamy Days, Electrifying Evenings
Immersing yourself in the tiny villages and rural regions of Italy is the only way to authentically experience this nation’s rich cultural heritage. The small towns of Emilia-Romagna, with their narrow country roads and charming signage, will transport you back in time to a simpler Italy, a place where the most important thoughts of the day are about hand-rolled pasta and homemade balsamic vinegar. Likewise, the cottages of Tuscany—besprinkled amidst vineyards, olive trees, and the moss-covered parapets of medieval ruins—will awaken your wanderlust, spark your curiosity, and invite you to live like a native in one of our many gorgeous pieces of Italy property for sale.
While the daytime in Italy is simple, homey, and traditional, the nightlife invites visitors and locals to drink in the cultural spirit of fun, love, and excitement. Molocinque, a fashionable theatre turned club, brings quiet historic Venice to life late into the night with trendy music that fuels the soul. Amidst the throngs of people filling the corner of a Florentine Street in Santa Croce, you will find Moyo, an upscale lounge whose ebony tables and tall chairs invite patrons to embrace the Italian way with another glass of vino or one more well-crafted cocktail.
Since time immemorial visitors to Italy have fallen in love with the land, the architecture, the culture, the cuisine. Some cherish these memories, carrying them in their heart for the rest of their lives; no matter where they are on the globe, their spirit slumbers in Italy. Others make Italy their own—their home away from home—by securing their own apartment, villa, house, or estate in the birthplace of Western civilization, the country of love.