Realpoint Italy

20 Sep 2013

BBC's Escape to the Continent Is Looking For Buyers

The UK's longest running relocation show 'Escape to the Country' is expanding! We are excited to reveal that the popular BBC series will now be helping house hunters realise their dream of moving to Italy and have contacted Realpoint for help in finding willing participants and suitable properties.  

Whatever your dream property; whether it's a sea view villa in Puglia, a cosy rural idyll in Umbria, a farmhouse in Emilia Romagna or Le Marche, or even a beautiful Tuscan estate, let us guide you through your search!

The new show will feature many of the favourite elements of 'Escape to the Country' and  will offer a unique and exciting look at properties available throughout Italy across a broad range of budgets.

We would like to hear from people who are thinking of relocating, if this is you please do not hesitate to contact us leaving your name, telephone number and a little bit about your plans to move to Italy.

We have selected some attractive properties for you but please browse Realpoint's website where you will find properties in every region of Italy.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Le Marche
Restored five bedroom farmhouse located on a small hill with 360° views and about 2 km from the historic center of Petritoli. The house has an outbuilding that could an annex and 1,900 m2 of land
Price € 285,000 

Farmhouse of 190 m2 with 10,000 m2 of land with 180 olive trees.

Price € 190,000

Santa Caterina Tuscany

Attractive three bedroom stone farmhouse located in a panoramic position. The property dates from the early 19th century and is absolute jewel!. A garden plus an external log fired bread oven complete the property. The wonderful beaches of the Maremma coast are 1 hour away.

Price € 250,000



Three beautifully restored trulli which would make an excellent rental investment. The property comes with 8,000 m2 of land.

Price € 420,000

RealPoint Italy
Beverley, East Yorkshire, UK
Tel: +44 (0)845 331 2812 (local call in UK)  

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