Rental property required

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10/08/2013 - 11:29

We are looking to spend 12 months in Italy and are looking to rent a 2/3 bedrrom property with some outside space.Region not as important as finding a property of a high standard and fully furnished.



Hello GPJPerhaps you would be interested in or property, it's in Northern Tuscany near bagni di Lucca.This is an advert Link: me know if you need any further details 

In reply to by Brianm

Hi.Bit confused as web site says ad no longer available.Is it now only for long term rental? If so could we see some pictures and a map perhaps?

There are three properties available in my village of Valle San Giovanni that fit your description.  Town website is:    The rent is approximately 500-600 euros months.   Let me know if you are interested in Teramo commune of Abruzzo.

Just looking on the internet I found this That is for Umbria but try it for other regions as wellIn Google put - case affitto arredato-  plus a regionCase vacanze will bring up a load of holiday homes which also will often take long lets.

Hello GPJ ,hers' Ugo from Italy ,have an apartment on contry home in Umbria, 14 km from Todi,  42 from Perugia Airport , 150 from Rome .The apartment is about 150 sqm , placed at ground flour of the Country home , , have two double bedrom, two bath, living kitche, large living room with fireplace and one sofa bed , hobby room ( ping-pong ), Fully furnished , termo , fireplace , use of the pool, garden , FREE ADSL FLAT GPL+ Electricity +wood for the fireplace to be paid separately .Monthly required rent.   400,00-euro - minimum duration one year -Photo on request - NO BROKERAGE FEES  (is owned by a friend) contacts ugo - at - lifeinitaly - point - it  

Are you still looking for a long term rental ?I own a small restored farmhouse (2+ bedrooms, garden, pool, views) on the Umbrian/Tuscan Border, in the hills overlooking Lago di Trasimeno.Previously it was rented out for Summers. This year I am not going to do that. But rather than have it sitting empty I am considering a long term rental as I would prefer it to be occupied.If you are interested drop me a line and I can give you some further details.

Hi, have a 2 bed town house in south west Sardinia - fully furnished to a high standard, with front yard and back yard, with a balcony for outside space - let me know if you would be interested

Hi GPJ, in Northern Tuscany I can fully recommend Toscana Verde.From her small office in Ponte a Seragio, Rina, a lovely and very knowledgeable Italo-American lady, will be able to help you rented several times from them when we were looking for property in the area and she was very helpful. Bagni di Lucca is ideally located, 25 minutes away from Lucca and with two international airports, Pisa and Florence nearby. You can go on day trips to Florence, Pisa, the Versilia Coast, the Cinque Terre, Umbria, Siena, Cortona and even Bologna. We do it all the time. There is also a train station and the area is beautiful and friendly. Best wishes with your future plans! smiley

I'm sure you are getting many fine responses, but...My wife and I rented a property for 6 winter months, 5 km north of Spoleto in a borgo called Eggi. We had no car, but found walking and bus service more than adequate. Best shape of my life.The owners are Americans who travel the world, but call Umbria home. It was spectacular and very affordable. Spoleto is a nice walk down a back road or ancient trail. There is a train station, and Spoleto is a truly medieval/modern town. Not too many tourists. All the "real" Italian stuff. A short drive/train to all the best Italy has to offer.Go here house is an old farm house with a seven-hundred year old "community" oven attached. Best Thanksgiving turkey ever. Great kitchen, super-comfortable beds, oil from the trees in the yard, saffron from the first crocus in spring. If you've read Michael Tucker's book about Umbria, this is the place their friends own.Tell Bruce or Jojo that Mark and Lori from Tennessee sent you. Give Lauro (the butcher) a big hug. Tell the guy at the bar on Trente Triste to make your coffee "in vitro" like Marco orders it. Tell Christian at Arco Druso (top of the town, best pizza in Umbria) to keep a few truffles ready for our return.BTW, I'd be glad to share pics and stories about that wonderful time.

My grandson and I are looking for A 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT ON A  12 MONTH RENTAL in VERONA region from APRIL 2015 if anyone has a property available for 12 months or can put me onto a real estate agent I would be very grateful, We live in Australia and have not had a lot of success with getting a response from agents so far maybe because of being so far ahead. Bribris from downunder 

Ciao Bribris,OK. In Verona especially (more so than anywhere else in Italy for some unknown reason), costs are very high; rental costs included. But prices drop rapidly as you get out away from town. If you don't absolutely need to be near Verona, Vicenzo is right down the road, and is steeped in history and visually alot like Verona. I love a little town at the north end of Lake Garda called Riva del Garda; about 45 minutes by train/bus from Verona, through a lovely valley. Hope this helps.

mputnamtennessee  Thank you for your reply. At this stage it is likely that my grandson will be attending the Verona Uni and he is looking to play football with a Verona club so halfway between Uni and Peschiera del Garda would be ideal but  can be a bit flexible Ciao grazie