I recently posted an article about three Italian Islands that recently came on the market. The Wall Street Journal picked up the story and provided a little more information on these exclusive island properties.
Currrently among the most expensive islands on the market the three private islands of Italy’s Amalfi coast and a nearby home once owned by Franco Zeffirelli are for sale at $263 Million. Representatives for Italian hotelier Giovanni Russo, who owns the island notes that, ”He’s enjoyed it for his lifetime and now he wants to live the rest of his years traveling,” says representative J. Gary Peters of Triangle Capital. The islands, named Li Galli, were owned by Rudolf Nureyev for 26 years until his death. The largest island has three villas and a stone tower with a cumulative 13 bedrooms. There’s also a helipad, boat storage, three swimming pools and two 30-foot boats.
Source: the Wall Street Journal.