This morning I received the Santo Stefano Brochures of these fantastic Sextantio Private Homes in the historical hamlet of Santo Stefano di Sessanio in Abruzzo. Each of these Italian Homes is an absolutely unique piece.
They are antique properties restored to the most rigorous standard I have ever seen, and I do see a considerable amount of properties in Italy and abroad!
I feel that a few images that Photographer Mario di Paolo prepared for us say more than 1,000 words:
To finalize these Homes, Sextantio has used original items, locally sourced – and often locally manufactured in accordance with traditional techniques – to create an environment that respects the profound mission that characterizes already the boutique Hotel that Sextantio owns and manages in the Village: The Albergo Diffuso.
The Albergo Diffuso itself is essential to the uniqueness of these Homes in Italy also for a different reason.
In fact – in accordance with the Realitalia business model – these Private Homes are properly managed by the Albergo Diffuso itself to offer to the few privileged owners a number of services organized within the Realitalia Your Advantages guidelines.
This is very important: not only for your convenience, and for the possibility to enjoy one of the most exceptional boutique Hotels in Italy (and possibly in Europe), but also to be able – if you wish so – to obtain a solid rental return taking advantage of the extraordinary visibility of the Albergo Diffuso both in Italy and abroad.
An exceptional opportunity especially now – before July 31, 2010 – since you do have the possibility to purchase these properties before the 7% price increase, at very advantageous terms.
By the way today Sterling reached a 19 months high against Euro, trading well above 1.20 and producing the best value for money for your Realitalia property in Italy in the last couple of years.
Just to give you an example these Italian Homes at Santo Stefano would start from circa 162,000 Pounds fully furnished and fitted in accordance with the Sextantio mission (plus transaction costs and tax).
Different to believe, is it not?
I look forward to discussing the matter further with you.
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