In time for the second round of the European Championships, the second part of our article series will show you the respective real estate strengths of the tournament favourites Spain, Italy and England.
Unique and modern
The minimalist villa in Santa Ponsa, Mallorca, impresses with its unique and modern dynamic architecture and high level of comfort. The Spanish national team, too, is known for its special aesthetics and dynamics. And even the Spanish football stars would most likely go into raptures at the sight of the villa’s terraced pools.
Bottom line: Luxury, modernity and extravagance in one. The character of this Spanish property is as unique as the national team.
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Intensive style forms
Star architects David Chipperfield, Richard Meier, Matteo Thun, Sphere and Enzo Enea have bestowed a very special aura of quality and exclusivity upon the luxury villa and the connected resort on Lake Garda. The result is a striking, modern architectural design with innovative style forms. And, most certainly, the Italian footballers too would appreciate this villa’s expressivity.
Bottom line: Quality and innovation are not only characteristic of Italian real estate, but also of the “Gli Azzuri”.
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A return to former splendour
Breathtaking features bestow special class and sophistication upon this historic property in Guernsey. Extensively renovated and shining in new splendour, this estate could serve as an abode for the entire English national football team.
Bottom line: This English property embodies the same virtues as the “Three Lions”: quality, glamour and international class.
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