We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: 2020 has made us rethink some things. Things like how often we clean our bathrooms, why working from bed ever felt unacceptable and how come our flats are so damn small.
Well, if this year has left you hankering after something more expansive than a balcony full of houseplants, take a look at this: an actual prosecco vineyard in rural Italy that has just gone on the market.
The estate is in the Pordenone region of northern Italy, an area close to Venice and the country’s borders with Austria and Slovenia. It’s made up of a historic eighteenth-century main house, a chapel and a number of other residential buildings (making up a total of 30 bedrooms).
There’s also an ornamental Italian garden, a swimming pool, a bunch of stables, some warehouses, an old watermill and around 108 hectares of land, 19 of which are an active vineyard that produces an ‘excellent’ glass of prosecco.
If you happen to have €11.5 million ($13.6 million, £10.5 million) – or 29 mates each with around €380,000 in the bank – this place could yours. Alongside the vineyard, it’d make a great holiday business, wedding venue or commune for your pals in a post-Covid world.
A new life in Italy plus an unlimited supply of prosecco? Sign us up.
Find out more about the vineyard here.
In more prosecco news, did you hear pink prosecco is now officially a thing?