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Where to buy castles in Italy?

If you’re dreaming of a luxury property with an aristocratic touch, an Italian castle just might be the perfect solution. From a romantic family residence full of enchantment and historical charm to a lucrative business investment generating sizeable profits, a historic Italian castle offers a wide range of personal and business opportunities:

  • world class private residence;
  • boutique hotel;
  • weddings and corporate events venue;
  • wellness clinic, rehabilitation center, spa;
  • personal care retirement home or senior living facility;
  • equestrian center;
  • individually owned luxury condos or residences;
  • Exclusive offices or business headquarters.

5 Ideal Italian Castle Locations:

Saluzzo, Piedmont

The castle of Saluzzo, originally a 15th-century fortification for a marquisate, is situated on the hilltop overlooking the valley and the medieval town. With its two grand defining towers, numerous arches and vaults and a beautiful park with gardens, the property also includes a private chapel of exquisite workmanship. With 25 elegant bedrooms, dining rooms, and main salons, the property also includes a 300 square meter Spa, a swimming pool, solarium, and lemon house. Equipped with an elevator and 50 parking spaces, this property offers a wealth of possibilities.

Arezzo, Tuscany

The Castle of Policiano with its rich heritage offers luxury living in an extraordinary and very private setting in Tuscany. It boasts 3,000 m² of living space and over 64 rooms. The central building includes a large tower and a beautiful courtyard with a water well and a porch. Architectural highlights include an impressive staircase, grand stone fireplaces, original terracotta flooring, exposed chestnut beams, barrel-vaulted ceilings, and restored stone walls. There is a splendid garden with olive groves, a park, and a wooded area which further enhances the charm and beauty.

Sassoferrato, the Marche Region

The prestigious Abbey Complex consists of a Monastery, a Canonical House and the Church of Santa Croce. Recently partially restored to its former glory, the property covers an area of about 3,000 square meters magnificently incorporated into a park of 36,800 square meters. The Canonical House is part of the property built by the Counts of Acts Lords of Sassoferrato in the later part of the 12th century for the Camaldolese monks. It is one of the most important testimonies of Romanesque architecture in the region. 

Gorle, Lombardy

The Castle of Gorle, originally from 1200, is the result of the careful restoration work carried out in collaboration with the Superintendency of Cultural Heritage of Lombardy. The property consists of a main house of 750 square meters, with an elevator leading up to the top of the tower, and a secondary house. It is surrounded by an expertly landscaped ancient park as well as a swimming pool and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding valleys.

Cuneo, Piedmont

The castle of the Marquises of Saluzzo, built in the 14th century, is located on top of a rocky hill in a panoramic position overlooking the surrounding valley. The castle, equipped with the typical drawbridge and four corner towers of the central keep, recalls a classic medieval manor. The property consists of two residential levels connected by a large monumental stone staircase and two spectacular central galleries. There are 12 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, and 2 main salons.

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TELEPHONE
+39 34 702 37502

EMAIL
info@ibinternational.it

ADDRESS
Spianata di Castelletto, 69R
16124 Genova
Italy


P. Iva 02501680991

OPENING DOORS ON THE ITALIAN RIVIERA AND BEYOND

© Copyright – IB International