To prove the increasingly keen interest of the international media to Sardinia, a recent article in the New York Times features the striking Villa Terry, property of great charm, situated in Terravecchia , a few kilometers from Santa Teresa Gallura, market by Immobilsarda.
Perfectly integrated into the natural surroundings, the villa has a beautiful wooden terrace overlooking the Strait of Bonifacio, which creates a sense of fluidity with the outside environment. A real gem that well exemplifies the lifestyle typical of this area, a wise balance between nature, environment, privacy and amenities, ensuring a higher quality of life.
The article quotes the phenomenon of the Emerald Coast, where this particular combination is reflected in record numbers ( tens of milion of Euros ) achieved in the sales of some pieds dans l’eau villas.
Even the areas adjacent to the Emerald Coast attracted the attention of wealthy Italian and foreign buyers, here the prices of the villas on the sea start around $ 3 million, while slightly inland properties are sold starting around $ 1 million, of particular interest are the stazzi, traditional houses in the hinterland whose appreciation is growing.
Among the nationalities of the high-level buyers stand the Russians , generally interested in buying property of great value up to $ 13 million, and buyers of western and northern Europe who are more interested in properties ranging from 2 to 4 million dollars. Julia Bracco, Immobilsarda sales manager, for Costa Smeralda area, has confirmed the renewed interest of the Italians ” who consider a second home in Sardinia as a strategic investment security .”
Despite the crisis, which has led in recent years to a slight decrease in prices, today there seem to be signs of recovery and optimism , that bode well for a more substantial growth in the coming months , which will take place starting from an appreciation of the unique features of Sardinia, which made it a paradise renowned worldwide.
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