In the medieval village of Casoli, Italy, a 220-year-old palace is getting a complete makeover – and becoming a shared holiday home for 126 lucky owners.
Casoli is a classic medieval town, sitting on a hilltop in the heart of the Abruzzo region of Italy. Named one of the best places in the world to retire, it’s known as “the green lung of Italy” due to the wealth of national reserves and parks on offer.
Tucked below a 9th century castle, lies the old palace. Built in 1799, it was once owned by the noble Ricci family. Long since abandoned by them, Palazzo Ricci has been neglected for decades, despite serving
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