The Italian Index, Part 2: Verona

According to TheMoveChannel.com’s latest Hotspot Index Italy was the most searched for country by international property buyers, with locations in the Italy making up 21 out of the top 50 destinations in their sights.

We’re taking a look at the properties available in Italy’s various regions. This week, it’s Verona in the Veneto region of northern Italy. Built around the Adige river, this medieval city is a great piece of history as well as the home of the Verona arena, which is a major hotspot for classical music and opera. Property tends to take the form of charming, refurbished apartments or wonderfully rustic farmhouses. No matter what you own, this is a hotspot that shows off the enduring charm of old Italy like nowhere else.

1. Peschiera del Garda, Verona – 2 Bed Flat

Asking Price: £150,680

At five minutes from the centre of Peschiera del Garda, a fantastic lakeside town, sits this residential complex. The complex has a swimming pool and common park. This two-room apartment on the ground floor backs onto a large garden. Inside, there’s a good sized living room with kitchenette, a cosy bedroom and a well-designed bathroom.

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2. Negrar, Verona – 4 Bed House

Asking Price: £176,511

Though it may look a little rustic, this four bed house of 200 square metres with 3,000 square metres of land has been completely restored. It gets excellent exposure to natural light with beautiful views overlooking the lake and the wonderful rolling hills of the Veneto countryside.

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3. Torri del Benaco, Verona – 3 Bed Flat

Asking Price: £318,581

In a fantastic location right on the East bank of Lake Garda this three bed flat is one of the last in the complex. Residents get access to the fantastic swimming pool that’s pictured and will enjoy the modern interior designs and underfloor heating. The flat is comprised of the three bedrooms, open-plan living area with kitchenette and a bathroom.

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4. Verona – 5 Bed House

Asking Price: £456,346

This house is located in Verona proper, in an area called Santo Stefano. Despite being in the city it’s a quiet position, making it an ideal family home if you have little ones. It’s spread over two floors above ground and an underground cellar, for you to keep the best wines. The house occupies a total plot of 200 square metres and it has been restored with local materials.

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5. Legnago, Verona – 6 Bed House

Asking Price: £202,342

Located in Canove, a small village on the outskirts of Legnago, is this detached house. Spread over its two levels you’ll find a well finished entrance hall, living room, dining room, kitchen, study, laundry room and bathroom. A large hallway leads to four bedrooms and another bathroom. The property also includes a wooded garden and two-car garage.

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