This month’s Real Estate Crush is hand picked for your annual Halloween bash!
The convent was originally built in the 15th century, and greatly expanded in the 17th century. The estate includes “not only the church and convent but also two cloisters with loggias, two dormitories and a refectory boasting a total area of 7300 square meters,” as well as an olive grove and surrounding forest.
I like to think that there are only gloomy, rainy, superbly creepy days here.
That terrace! I wouldn’t mind moving in if I thought I could handle the bumps in the night. While I don’t really believe in ghosts, all that goes out the window when it’s dark and spooky.