The Wall Street Journal also devoted a page to the luxury real estate sector that formed in Puglia, telling the stories of the wealthy entrepreneurs and landowners who created an exotic mix of trulli, old farmhouses and ancient villas to transform them into luxurious properties Purchase option selected. Between ancient and modern.
“In the heel of Italy, Puglia turns high-end”, the renowned American magazine concludes through a detailed analysis that rattles the growing ‘high-end’ housing market, emphasizing that The prices in this area are far higher than they used to be. Calabria, near Basilicata and Abruzzo.
The structures involved are mainly located between Salento and Valle d’Itria: this is the case, for example, of Borgo Egnazia, a 5-star resort that over the years has had the honor of hosting celebrities such as Madonna, Justin Timberlake . , Beckham and many others. The magazine writes, “A 40-acre hotel where an overnight stay can cost up to 26,000 euros in high season.”
In general, most buyers interested in ancient Apulian dwellings are foreigners, according to various stories reported by the Wall Street Journal, including that of New York attorney Ellen Bonaventura. “It has always been my dream to have a house in Puglia,” he told the magazine, speaking of the Salento building that he decided to renovate by investing a large amount of money and several years of his life.
And speaking of ‘VIPs’ who choose to spend their holidays with the heel of a shoe, even Chiara Ferragni, the queen of influencers, recently decided to spend a few days in Puglia among the rest and the local first fruits: Shots of the Ferraganese family are bouncing on social networks at Masseria Almavada, located in Polignano a Mare.