The Italian cities offer very different housing types, which differ from each other either by period of construction and architectural style, either by sizes and shapes. In particular, the historical centers of the Bel Paese, almost everywhere embellished with churches, palaces and other valuable monuments, continue to represent one of the best real estate investment. The following are some examples of city residences.
apartment Piazza della Scala – Charming small apartment in Trastevere (Roma), with sweeping views which overlooks Piazza della Scala.
apartment Casa via Frattina – Beautiful apartment in Via Frattina, in the centre of Rome with elevator.
apartment Piscina San Samuele – Apartment in Piscina San Samuele, Sestiere of San Marco – Venezia
attic – penthouse
attic della Rosetta – Elegant attic settled in the heart of Rome, a few steps away from the Pantheon, characterized by fine finishings and a luminous terrace.
attic delle Grotte – Attic characterized by the excellent style in which it was restored and has two terraces overlooking the rooftops of Rome.
attic dei Miracoli – Penthouse with 2 roof terraces in a beautifully restored palazzo in the heart of Venice, near the Church of Santa Maria dei Miracoli
detached house – villa
villa Aldobrandeschi – 1900’s villa set in a beautiful park with swimming pool and two habitable annex in the neighbourhood of Via Aurelia – Rome
Palazzo delle Stelle – Beautifully renovated old building on three levels, located in one of the central streets of Rieti, not far from Piazza del Comune and the ancient heart of the City.
Villa Alba – Remarkable residence in Rome characterized by the presence of a large park with vineyards, olive groves and fruit trees.