Fractional Ownership – the smart way to own a holiday home in Italy.
Appassionata evolved from our love and passion for Italy, we fell in love with the language, the people, art, history, food and wine. Le Marche has it all, and we wanted to find a way to share this piece of paradise with others.
Blending our professional business skills and marrying them with style, creativity and passion, Appassionata offers something unique – a boutique family owned fractional ownership business. Celebrating our 10th Anniversary!
We offer a straightforward and cost-effective way of buying a holiday home in Italy, which is professionally managed and maintained throughout the year.
We sell 1/10th shares (five weeks exclusive residency each year) in your own unique property, professionally managed and maintained throughout the year.
Our most recent property, Villa Veneto is an historic and elegant Liberty Villa dating back to the1930’s. The house is laid out over 4 floors and been fully renovated and modernised. There are 3 terraces, a jacuzzi spa with 360° views, an underground ancient wine cellar, a games room with pool table and exquisitely furnished by the Interior Designer – ‘Dawn Cavanagh-Hobbs’.
There are four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a large open living space with the original marble fireplace.
A unique, spacious home situated in the historic town of Lapedona, with breathtaking views and just a short 5 minute drive from the coast. First 2 shares already sold!
Appassionata Owners talking about the benefits of fractional ownership:-
The expense of buying a holiday home outright, along with the annual running costs seemed crazy, when you may only use the house for an average of 40 nights a year. Your holidays are often spent cleaning the house and pool, and weeding the garden. – That is why Appassionata was born!
Having spent the last two months in the UK, taking care of my terminally ill mother and ninety-year-old father, I started to reflect on how precious life is and how so often we take what we have for granted. Although I have spent the majority of my life in England I feel a stranger when […]