Photography: Oliver Jaist

Welcome to our weekly property digest, where we bring together the best homes for sale and rent across the world. This week, we have a 14th-century mountain home in Lazio and a contemporary countryside retreat near Lisbon among our discoveries.

A minimalist farmhouse in Chianti

Casa Morelli is a minimalist farmhouse in Tuscany
Photography: Oliver Jaist

Sleeps 6; €358 per night via Welcome Beyond
Rustic architecture has been revived at Casa Morelli in Tuscany’s Chianti wine region. Dating back to the 16th century, the historic farmhouse was transformed into a striking minimalist holiday home in late 2019 and has just been added to Welcome Beyond’s collection of holiday homes. A large central living space opens onto the patio where guests can take in countryside views. Take an armchair tour.

A maximalist townhouse in Bath

Colour is king inside this maximalist Georgian property
Photography: Inigo

5 bedrooms; 4230 sq ft; £2.75m via Inigo
Built by architect John Palmer between 1790 and 1794, this Grade I-listed townhouse sits on Bath’s coveted St James’s Square behind the Royal Crescent. Combining Georgian proportions with modern touches, the property’s maximalist interiors are decked out in patterns and bright colours. Get a closer look.

A renovated townhouse in Palma

2 bedrooms; 80 sqm + 48 sqm; €350,000 via Fantastic Frank Palma
This modern minimalist townhouse in Mallorca’s Palma has been renovated with a courtyard garden and pool. Located in the island’s Santa Margalida village, close to Playa de Muro and Son Serra de Marina, the light-filled home has high ceilings, exposed beams and sandstone walls. It’s been one of our most popular properties on Instagram this month.

A contemporary countryside retreat in Ericeira

4 bedrooms; 283 sqm; €720,000 via Fantastic Frank Lisbon
Raw concrete and timber combine with glass and voluminous spaces inside this contemporary countryside retreat, an hour’s drive from Lisbon.The Ericeira property has a balcony overlooking the surrounding valley and pool below and offers a serene escape from the hubbub of the Portuguese capital.

A restored 14th-century home in Lazio

3 bedrooms; 200 sqm; €850,000 via Architecten Woning
Casa Volpe dates back to the 14th century and sits high above Italy’s Lake Piediluco in the mountain village of Labro, Lazio. The historic home was restored by architect Ivan Van Mossevelde in 1994.

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