Cammarata – Agrigento – Sicilia

Cammarata is an ancient village in the center of Sicily, in the heart of the regional park of the Sicani Mountains and adheres to the project 1 Euro Houses (Case a 1 Euro). The historic center of the village, developed around the castle, has retained the urban features of the medieval village. In recent years, the village has lost a big part of the population and many houses ...
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Montresta – Oristano – Sardinia

Not only 1 Euro HousesTerritory Montresta is a small village of just above 400 inhabitants in Planargia, bordering Logudoro Turritano. Its town, near Bosa, is 40 km from Alghero, 80 from the capital of Oristano and less than half an hour drive from the beaches of Bosa Marina . The territory of Montresta stretches from the Navrino mountain in a spectacular landscape charac...
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Houses in Italy are selling at starting bids of one euro

The Italian town of Sambuca faces an issue that neither of those urban cities has understood since their dawn: depopulation.Crowned the most beautiful Italian town of 2016, Sambuca is welcoming anyone willing to leave their bustling cities or familiar spaces for their shores if are willing to cough up at least €1 (or about $1.14) for an initial bid.The median home ...
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Not a Joke: Here’s How to Buy a $1 House in Italy Right the F*ck Now

Remember last year when the country of Italy literally gave 100 castles away for free? Unfortunately, there’s been a sharp price increase, but the good news is you can now buy one of about 200 homes in the Italian town of Ollolai for about a dollar, TIMEreports.To be fair, the homes actually cost 1 Euro, which is currently the equivalent of $1.25. Oh, also, if you do buy a ho...
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