Geographic Information

Description of Lombardy
Famed for creating the most wonderful pizzas in Italy and by extension the whole world, it’s little wonder Lombardy attracts a pretty strong crowd of domestic and international visitors each and every year. Interestingly, Lombardy also happens to be perhaps the most affluent region in the whole of Italy and is something of a millionaire’s playground – when it comes to luxury living and high society, even Rome isn’t a patch on Lombardy, which is home to the stunning shores of Lake Como. With glamorous residents such George Clooney drawn to Lombardy's natural beauty, the area's reputation continues to attract property buyers. It’s also perfectly possible to succeed in Lombardy with holiday lets and buy-to-sell luxury properties – long-term rent yields, however, aren’t anything to write home about. Most importantly, while much of Italy has been stuck in a financial slump, Lombardy isn’t the kind of region that’s influenced by national economic hardships.

Current Property Prices in Lombardy

1,504 properties listed for sale in Lombardy

1 bed apartments:

24 listed for sale
£40,790 to £2,084,835
Average: £186,359

2 bed apartments:

245 listed for sale
£28,100 to £1,450,320
Average: £157,390

3 bed apartments:

480 listed for sale
£40,790 to £1,404,998
Average: £230,831

4 bed apartments:

183 listed for sale
£31,726 to £2,066,706
Average: £385,137

2 bed houses:

14 listed for sale
£56,441 to £353,516
Average: £128,129

3 bed houses:

80 listed for sale
£30,819 to £3,444,510
Average: £316,170

4 bed houses:

88 listed for sale
£63,452 to £2,316,288
Average: £367,085

5 bed houses:

75 listed for sale
£34,445 to £3,172,575
Average: £416,941

6 bed houses:

97 listed for sale
£35,352 to £18,000,000
Average: £1,022,837

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