Great Estate presents some locations for fairy-tale weddings: The Renaissance villas and Medieval residences are only some of the charming places for an unforgettable “royal family” wedding.
When we think about the term “Investment” some key concepts from the financial world are coming to our mind, like Wall Street broker, banks, investment funds, financial intermediators and large mega-cities, the centres of economy life.
With Great Estate it is possible to invest in other way: into splendid, heart touching ancient residences that immediately, at the first sight, can become an excellent asset to add to the personal heritage for those who want to invest in something “beautiful” but at the same time profitable.
Majestic gates, age-old parks where ancient cypresses rooted deeply in land, sky blue lakes, fountains and Roman statues, pergolas and lush rose gardens can hide ancient truly enchanting luxury residences.
Exactly in the villas like these it is possible to organise a wedding “from the Arabian Nights”.
The elegance and gentility of these dream locations can come true in the most important day of life.
In the atmosphere of the former times, lulled by the music that accompanies the receptions and straights the way into the forest trails that surround these rich wonders of history, you can celebrate weddings, organise gala evenings, charity events, exhibitions or vernissages.
La Tenuta di Palatium Magnum in the heart of Umbria is only one of the residences you can invest in with Great Estate.
It is an ancient residence of Medieval origin that was built in Roman times as “a rustic villa.”
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The fairy-tale dwelling has hosted the Papal Delegation in the mid-1800 when Count Alessandro Baldeschi was appointed as a delegate of Pope Pius IX.
In the XVI century, la Tenuta was enlarged and completely restored, as a result, it obtained its present form.
Inside, we can admire an ancient noble consecrated chapel with neo-Gothic altar and polychrome carvings, available for organisation of unforgettable weddings.
The majestic external park, rich in age-old plants, fruit trees and olive trees, embellishing the luxury residence.
There are also some wells within the property that can be used for the swimming pool, for the gardens and, once purified, for personal use.
Il Borgo di San Pietro is one more excellent investment that is beautiful and at the same time profitable: it is a medieval hamlet, dating back to 1200, of 3,500 square meters, completely refurbished and restored keeping its former glory.
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Surrounded by about five hectares of land, Il Borgo di San Pietro gives the possibility to walk in a beautiful park projected by a landscape architect and enriched with flowers, plants and fruit trees.
An ancient medieval church, where you can celebrate dream weddings and make one of the most important days of your life truly exiting, completes the luxury property.
Il Castelluccio is another not-to-miss investment in one historical residence of the second half of 1800 built in a Neo-gothic style.
The prestigious villa was conservatively restored a few years ago and now it enjoys a beautiful location in the Umbrian hills with a breath-taking landscape, with all its former glory.
Two imposing towers, one of which houses inside a beautiful suite, make this luxury residence a perfect location to host fairy-tale weddings.
The majestic park of about 6000 sqm embraced it and includes lime trees, horse chestnuts, cedars of Lebanon and a more than 500-year-old oak tree. An aviary veranda and a swimming pool complete this enchanted place.
The Castelluccio also houses an elegant SPA where once there was an orangery.
The majesty of the place is completed by the small details: on the main facade there are still imprinted arms of ancient noble families linked to Marchesa Vittoria Spinola, the former owner of Castelluccio and the daughter of the first king of Italy Vittorio Emanuele II of Savoy.
Ultimately, the frescoed halls make this prestigious residence a great environment to welcome guests to a truly unique event.
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With Great Estate the enchanting locations turn into really profitable investments!