Villas in Italy. Italian house prices
An Italian villa is the property of choice for foreign investors looking for homes for sale in Italy.
Villas in Liguria, Tuscany and Sardinia can be cosy country houses or mansions surrounded by vineyards.
Villas in Italy on the shores of the lakes Garda, Maggiore, Como and Lugano usually sell for €3,000–5,000/sq m. Lake Garda is the largest and most popular property destination and its northern shore at the foot of the Alps is the most popular. Houses overlooking the water here sell for €5,000–6,000/sq m.
Prices for an Italian house in Liguria are 70% higher than the country average. €1,000,000–3,000,000 can buy a coastal villa in popular resorts of San Remo, Bordighera and Ventimiglia. Many foreigners buying houses in Italy with large land plots and vineyards choose the hills with great views of the sea. Coastal homes in Sardinia sell for €5,000,000 to €10,000,000. Real estate for sale in Rome or Milan is priced at €4,000–5,000/sq m. Villas in Rome cost from €400,000 and up to €1,000,000–1,500,000 and more in Rome's high-end district of Olgiata.
Tuscany scenery is a showcase for Italy. Greve in Chianti and Val d'Orcia are the most popular areas. The buying prices of homes for sale in Tuscany start at €200,000–250,000 and go up to €1,500,000 for renovated ancient farms in Val d'Orcia and beyond for medieval castles and monasteries.