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GARESSIO (Cn) Emerald tree, crystal clear water and good food.-ORT-402

Garessio, Cuneo, Piemonte

GARESSIO (Cn) Emerald trees, crystal clear water and good food.The perfect place for your summer and winter holidays!Area close to the old town and 6 km from the slopes of Garessio 2000, four-bedroom apartment composed of entrance, living room with kitchenette, three double bedrooms, storage room, bathroom, 15 sqm corner balcony, 7 sqm wine cellar and 14 sqm garage.
GBP 68,966

Turin Center. Two-room apartment-VTO115-1487

Torino, Torino, Piemonte

Via San Francesco da Paola, between Via Mazzini and Corso Vittorio Emanuele, we offer for sale in a period house, on the first floor renovated, quiet and bright two-room apartment fully furnished and ready to be inhabited or located. The apartment has an independent balcony entrance with no passage of people in front of the entrance.
GBP 119,828

Exclusive Apartment-VTO05-1487

Torino, Torino, Piemonte

A short walk from Piazza Vittorio Veneto is a restoration of the historical building was made which is at the corner of Corso Cairoli and Via Mazzini. This restoration has allowed the realization property units of the highest quality and attention to detail and usability of housing. Apartment of the highest quality, panoramic, 350 sqm. Information on request.
GBP 1,810,345
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Why Buy Property In Italy

Second-home or investment, Italy is an ideal destination. A wonderfully diverse country, fabulous climate, delicious food, rich history and the Italian way of life. Snow-capped mountains, thousands of grassy hills and a substantial coastline are home to large cities, small country villages, popular seaside and ski resorts in this country of contrasts and contradictions. A favourite holiday destination for Brits, it is not hard to see why Italy is so popular.

The Eurozone’s third-largest economy, Italy’s healthcare, transport and education infrastructure, can compete with other European countries.

In general, Italy’s property market is considered reasonably stable and a safe investment. The Italian housing market has a wide range of properties – beachfront homes, vineyards, rural properties, townhouses, castles, apartments, mountain chalets, and so much more.

High rental prices in some areas can make buying an ideal investment opportunity. There is an excellent supply of very affordable properties, low-interest rate mortgages and easy international access. Despite a Covid-19 induced recession, Italy’s housing market remains steady. Conditions are ideal for buying property in Italy.

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