Apartments in stunning Palazzo Ricci in Casoli, Italy, now available

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The Italian palazzo is part of the Elite Alliance Exchange portfolio, providing owners access to an exclusive global network of more than 120 luxurious resorts and professionally managed vacation homes located in the world’s most desirable destinations.

Palazzo Ricci is located in Casoli, a spectacular hill town in Abruzzo, Italy. Housed in a meticulously renovated 220-year-old Italian palace, the Palazzo’s 14 elegant, fully furnished, and appointed residences are complemented by five-star amenities and highly personalized services.

Casoli is a classic medieval town sitting high on a hill at a 1,240-ft. elevation. It lies in the heart of the Abruzzo region of Italy, which has been declared by various media outlets as Italy’s next “best destination.” The cobblestone streets, quaint shops, and vintage architecture, epitomized by an iconic 9th-century castle, create an authentic Italian ambiance.

Palazzo Ricci’s lofty perch bestows panoramic views of towering mountains, the Adriatic Sea, and a verdant Italian countryside. In addition to the elegant residences, palace amenities include an owners’ lounge, game room, massage room, rooftop observation deck, Roman bath, state-of-the-art fitness centre, beautiful garden area with gazebos, and an outdoor pool, along with full concierge services.

“Palazzo Ricci is a palace for those who have dreamed of living the La Dolce Vita. It’s gratifying that we were selected to help turn this dream of Italian palace ownership into a reality,” said Rob Goodyear, President of Elite Alliance. “The exclusive benefits provided to the owners of this beautifully restored, fully staffed, 18th-century palace pair perfectly with its awe-inspiring location.”

Palazzo Ricci developer Mike Brosnan noted that palace owners will enjoy an authentic Italian lifestyle that has disappeared from many of Italy’s most visited cities and towns. After researching different real estate ownership and membership options, Brosnan was convinced the residence club model provides “a beautiful way to live and a smart way to own.”

“It’s an honour to be a part of Elite Alliance’s prestigious network of private residence clubs around the world,” said Brosnan. “We have enjoyed working with Rob and the Elite Alliance team. They have responded so well to all of our owners’ needs.”

“Being able to offer the Elite Alliance exchange benefits to our Palazzo Ricci owners has been critical to our success in attracting many new owners who are looking for more flexible travel and accommodation options,” Brosnan continued. “Elite Alliance is a huge part of the success of Palazzo Ricci.”

There will be nine owners per palace residence. In addition to personal use, owners can send unaccompanied guests, enjoy vacations around the globe through the Exchange, or make some of their reserved weeks available for rental. Brosnan said a unique feature of Palazzo Ricci and other luxury residence clubs is the ability of owners to reserve multiple residences for the same dates, allowing them to host family reunions, small corporate functions, or invite a large collection of friends for an amazing Italian experience.

Palazzo Ricci purchase options include one-bedroom, premier one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom residences, as well as a three-bedroom penthouse/cottage category. Each is distinctively different, yet fully furnished, and comes complete with gourmet kitchens, state-of-the-art appliances, comfortable and spacious bedrooms, and dazzling Italian decor and artwork. Other features include private terraces, balconies, and magnificent views.

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Deirdre Tynan

Deirdre Tynan is an award-winning journalist who enjoys bringing the best in news reporting to Spain’s largest English-language newspaper, Euro Weekly News. She has previously worked at The Mirror, Ireland on Sunday and for news agencies, media outlets and international organisations in America, Europe and Asia. A huge fan of British politics and newspapers, Deirdre is equally fascinated by the political scene in Madrid and Sevilla. She moved to Spain in 2018 and is based in Jaen.


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