Your home in Sicily, your daydream

Dec 8 08:24 2011 Elisa Barbini Print This Article


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Panarea, Alicudi, Filicudi, Lipari, Salina, Stromboli and Vulcano are seven amazing pearls belonging to the enchanted Aeolian archipelago. What's better than a refined and overlooking housing complex from where you can catch the scents and enjoy the colours of the Aeolian Islands? From this place and its beautiful beaches you can easily reach Lipari Islands (also called Aeolian Islands) in less than half an hour. PalmaEolia is a true window opened on the seven volcanic sisters and it is built in a perfect Aeolian style. It is a pleasant and beautiful place where you can spend your holidays in absolute relax. During high season periods it can be considered a paradisiacal landing place, as the opposite beaches are nearly impracticable and the prices of the few houses built on the islands are really prohibitive.  PalmaEolia housing complex is located on the Patti Gulf, in Torretta district, in the city of Gioiosa Marea (65 Km from Messina, 160 km from Palermo) and it is set in the wonderful and inextricable continuum of sheer rocks connecting Cape Calavà with Tindari. On the summit of this breathtaking panorama, you will find your new villa overlooking the clear Sicilian Tyrrhenian Sea. You can choose to live there all year round or it can be a sumptuous second house placed in an eternal and peaceful atmosphere. There are eighteen semi-detached villas, that's to say thirty-six units, displaced on a surface of 33,500 sq metres. Delivery expected for April 2012. This is a real estate project based on quality, safety and comforts and the main purpose is to build these ecological houses without wasting energy. The villas are indeed built following "green" rules in order to save energy, using natural building materials and they are also earthquake-proof.The idea of buying one of these PalmaEolia villas before their finalization has got its own advantages. First of all, you can pay a reduced price (starting from 300,000 euros) and then you can personalize your new house choosing among various extras that will give to your house a special touch. For instance, if your villa is still under construction, it is possible to choose among  various measurements in addition to the standard one that is 130 sq metres.   Each one of these refined semi-detached villas can be easily transformed into an independent flat, unscrewing the inner staircase. All the units have got a terrace, a porch, a wide private garden (in addition to a big common park and various tree-lined roads), a scenic view on the Patti Gulf and on the Aeolian Islands. In addition, there is also an access to the private beach and to the panoramic viewpoint. www.palmaeolia.it

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