Around the world: The best of the rest
Wednesday 07 April 2010
Glitz and glamour: Residence Cannes Paradisio, Cannes, France
Price: from £153,540
Agent: Erna Low
Buy into the glamour and warm seas of the Côte d’Azur with this attractive new development in the heart of Cannes. Reasonably priced, it’s only five minutes walk from the seafront and comprises 81 well-thought out studios and apartments, all with balconies and parking. ( Ernalowproperty.co.uk; 020 7590 1624)
Turkish delight: Horizon Sky, Gulluk, near Bodrum, Turkey
Price: from £89,891
Agent: Signature International
Situated just 35 minutes from the pretty Aegean resort and port of Bodrum, this residential resort offers a mix of townhouses and two- and three- bedroom apartments, with a private garden or roof terrace. The resort also has access to a private beach, restaurants, spa, and three pools. The developers are offering various interest-free payment plans. ( Signatureinternational.co.uk; 0800 988 9256)
Lakeside living: Residenza Lago Azure, Lake Como, Italy
Price: from £355,000
Agent: Pure International
In a secluded location blending into a hillside, these 28 two- and three-bedroom chalets and apartments have fabulous views of Lake Como near Menaggio. Built from local materials, they will be chic and contemporary in style with a gym and pool. Property isn’t cheap here, so this could be something of a bargain. Currently available off plan. ( Pureintl.com; 020 3031 286)
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