The most expensive houses in italy: what are they and where are they located

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Italy is a country that offers a wide and varied range of landscapes, among which magnificent residences such as houses, villas, and castles stand out in the luxury real estate market. Among the offerings, there are real gems, dream homes and apartments that come with very high costs, with at least six zeros. We conducted research among the most expensive houses in Italy from North to South and have listed some of them in the following paragraph.

The most expensive houses in Italy from North to South

One of the most extraordinary residences for sale in Italy is located in Siena and is an enchanting medieval castle overlooking the city. The fairytale manor, perfectly nestled in a lush hill, offers a scenic view of the city and is surrounded by the vineyards of Chianti overlooking the Crete Senesi. Meticulously preserved by the family, the castle has now been transformed into a prestigious residence of the third millennium with a cost of 5,900,000 euros.

From the lush Tuscany, we move to the sparkling Sardinia, a magnificent island that offers dream homes like a villa in Punta Lada, in Porto Rotondo, with a refined and modern design, large windows that make the environment very bright, overlooking the crystal-clear sea of Sardinia, and a super-equipped garden with all possible comforts. The price of this gem is 5,000,000 euros.

Among the most expensive houses in Italy, there are many located near Lake Como, such as a luxurious villa just two minutes' walk from the lakeside promenade and the center. The property is spread over three levels and is immersed in a splendid private park of 2600 square meters with centuries-old trees. The cost of this sumptuous villa is 6,500,000 euros.

We conclude our mini-tour by rolling towards the South, precisely to Roseto Capo Spulico, where one of the most expensive residences in Italy is located, namely the Federiciano castle of Roseto Capo Spulico for sale at 36,000,000 euros. This splendid Norman-era manor overlooks the sea directly and is steeped in mystery and history, as evidenced by the connection with the Templar order documented by the rose present on the walls representing an alchemical symbol.

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