The cheap Italian properties buyers are choosing instead of one-euro homes
Everyone has heard about Italy’s one-euro homes offer, designed to breathe new life into abandoned towns and villages. But there’s another affordable option that many foreign buyers find more interesting.
Published: 30 November 2021 16:43 CET Updated: 2 January 2022 08:30 CET
A view over the rooftops in the town of Mussomeli, Sicily. Photo: Case1euro.it
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