Triora is a small Ligurian village of those seen in the most beautiful postcards: breathtaking views, woods all around, historic houses and narrow streets that can be crossed enjoying the centuries-old history of the place. The country, however, is in a phase of depopulation: too difficult to reach and far from the big cities, for those looking for work or who need to move frequently. Here, for this, the initiative of the houses has arrived at 1 euro.
The 1 euro houses project serves precisely this purpose, to give new life to small villages, to historic centers. And it does so by attracting new inhabitants through a symbolic price, namely 1 euro.
Triora was already part of the Italian countries that joined the initiative of houses offered for sale at 1 euro. But given the great success of the first house already sold, today others arrive, new opportunities for those who want to move to a small village, perhaps because they work from home, or are tired of the rhythms of the city.
Triora is selling two new properties for one euro, one in via Cava and the other in via San Bernardino, we are talking about historic houses that, probably, will need a renovation. But net of the expenses needed to refurbish them, these properties are jewels of history and tradition, and are immersed in a beautiful natural area. In short, it is an opportunity.
An opportunity like this in Triora is ideal for those who want to change their life, for those who want to be in the midst of nature and in a new, safe, beautiful and economical place. But there is more: those who move to Triora are helping to rebuild a community, to prevent the depopulation of the village and in this way preserve its traditions.
The offer is already valid, and those interested have until July 15 to go and see the two properties. It will be the mayor himself, Massimo Di Fazio, to accompany potential buyers to evaluate the houses for sale at a symbolic price. To book a visit there is a specific link. There is no time to lose.
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