The villas of Mont Blanc, Valle d’Aosta, Monte Carlo and Monte Carlo in the north of Italy have all been sold to wealthy buyers, with villas for sale in all of them.
But some of the properties in the Valle del Fuego have not seen the light of day and have been closed down.
The villa in Valle della Fiera, which is being offered for sale, was once a popular tourist destination.
It was the site of the original Castel Gandolfo and is known for its vineyards.
The property is now a resort, which means that the owners cannot keep their properties open.
They have now taken over the villas and are offering them for sale.
The former owners of the villa will have to sell the other villas as well, which are also under the name of Montecristi, a place of luxury.
The properties have also been bought by the same family of owners and will have a similar value to the villacas.
“The properties are all under the same name and are selling them at the same price,” said Andrea Rizzo, head of the Valenzuela villas association.
The sale of the property has already been put on hold.
“We are working with the sellers to get the villagas back, as well as the other properties that were sold in the same area,” Rizza told Al Jazeera.
“This is a very sad case.”‘
Very sad’ Al Jazeera’s Jonathan Head reports from the Spanish town of La Moneda.