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3 bedroom penthouse

Payable over 10 years.

No mortgage required.

No interest payable. 

Only €155,000.

Payable over 10 years at only €1,291 per month. 

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Sicily rent to buy



Priced at €155,000 and payable over 10 years at only €1,291 per month. 

No mortgage required.

No deposit required. 

No interest payable. 


  • 4th floor penthouse (whole floor).

  • 3 bedrooms.

  • 3.3 meter high ceilings. 

  • Busy location in Palermo.

  • 1 minute walk to Zisa Palace. 

  • Close to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites. 

  • Within easy walking distance of Palermo's principal shopping streets.

  • Excellent public transport links.

Newly renovated centrally located apartment in UNESCO Heritage City.


This 4th floor Penthouse apartment (only apartment on the floor) is newly renovated. Double-aspect apartment is located in a century-old Liberty style (four apartment only) Palazzo in the centrally located and sought-after Zisa area (one minute’s walk from Zisa Palace). The Palazzo and the apartment retain original features such as colourful Sicilian marble ‘carpet-design’ floors, hand-cast iron stair rails, balconies, marble stairs and thick stone walls.


The light, spacious and airy apartment (125m2 superficial area) has 3.3 metre high ceilings, a light and airy fitted kitchen, breakfast bar, three bedrooms (two of which have balconies and views of the mountains), 22m2 living room, 17m2 dining room, brand new fully-fitted bathroom (with walk-in contemporary shower), home-office, double glazed throughout, armoured front door, Laundry/utility veranda and brand new AAA energy-efficient air-conditioning units (cooling & heating).


The apartment is within easy walking distance of Palermo's principal shopping streets, services and tourist attractions such as Teatro Massimo, Norman Cathedral, Corso Vittorio Emmanuele, Politeama Theatre, Capo Market, Piazza Indipendenza, Via Maqueda, Via Liberta etc. 


There are excellent public transport links. Nearby Palazzo Reale Orleans  train station is a few minutes walk from the apartment and provides direct service to/from Palermo Airport and Central Station. Mondello Beach, Monreale, Cefalu, beautiful Sicilian beaches and medieval hill-top towns are all readily accessible too. The cruise/ferry port for sailings to nearby islands, Genoa, Naples, Rome and North Africa is just ten minutes away by car.


The neighbourhood  offers a very good range of supermarkets, restaurants, pharmacies, banks, bars, medical services, artisans & tradesmen. Unusual for Palermo, the area also benefits from ample free street parking without congestion or parking charges.


The apartment has been renovated using quality materials to retain its charm whilst providing a comfortable and easy to maintain home or profitable Bed & Breakfast business. Utility costs are very economical compared to UK. With key in hand, you can move into your new home today without the need for expensive renovations or repairs. Start enjoying life in Sicily today.


The apartment has potential to be divided into two well proportioned independent apartments each with own entrance


10 minutes to Palermo Cruise Terminal. 

18 minutes to The Cathedral of Monreale. 

20 minutes to Arenella-Maria Vergine beach. 

25 minutes to Palermo Airport. 

Discover the Enchanting Charms of Palermo: Sicily's Jewel

Nestled in the heart of the beautiful island of Sicily, Palermo stands as a shining gem of Italy, exuding rich history, captivating culture, and unparalleled beauty. With a fascinating mix of ancient landmarks, a flourishing tourism industry, a bustling cruise terminal, a resilient economy, popular TV shows, and a vibrant lifestyle, Palermo has earned its place as a must-visit destination for travelers from across the globe.

Tourism: Embrace the Past and Present

Palermo's allure lies in its seamless blend of the past and the present. Steeped in a history that dates back thousands of years, the city boasts a plethora of architectural marvels that transport visitors to different eras. The awe-inspiring Palermo Cathedral, the stunning Palazzo dei Normanni, and the historic Teatro Massimo are just a few of the many landmarks that continue to captivate tourists. As they wander through the charming streets, travellers encounter quaint markets, vibrant squares, and mouthwatering street food that embody the authentic Sicilian spirit.

Cruise Terminal: Gateway to the Mediterranean

Palermo's strategic location on the Mediterranean coast has made it an essential cruise terminal in the region. Cruise ships dock in the city's modern port, providing passengers with a warm welcome to this enchanting destination. From the moment cruise-goers step ashore, they are immersed in Palermo's unique blend of history and modernity. The cruise terminal also serves as a springboard for exploring other parts of the island, encouraging visitors to venture beyond the city and experience Sicily's diverse landscapes and traditions.

Economy: A Rising Economic Powerhouse

Palermo's economy has experienced a significant resurgence in recent years, thanks to a growing emphasis on diverse industries. Traditional sectors such as agriculture and fishing still thrive, providing the backbone of the region's economic stability. However, a wave of entrepreneurial spirit and innovation has seen the rise of technology start-ups, creative industries, and sustainable initiatives. This dynamic mix of traditional and modern industries has generated an influx of investments, creating a flourishing job market and contributing to the city's overall prosperity.

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Palermo's unique charm has caught the attention of the entertainment industry, with the city featuring as a backdrop for popular TV shows and films. The breathtaking scenery and atmospheric ambiance of Palermo have been showcased in various productions, catapulting the city to global fame. These shows not only attract tourists eager to experience the places they've seen on screen but also provide a platform for local talent to shine, boosting Palermo's cultural scene.

Lifestyle: A Passion for La Dolce Vita

Embracing the concept of "La Dolce Vita," Palermo exudes a laid-back and welcoming lifestyle that is hard to resist. The locals, known for their warmth and hospitality, take pride in their cultural heritage, and joyfully share it with visitors. Palermo's lively nightlife, cultural events, and festivals celebrate its diverse history and culinary delights. The rich tradition of Sicilian cuisine, renowned for its delectable street food, showcases the city's passion for gastronomy, offering travelers an unforgettable culinary journey.

In Conclusion

Palermo, the radiant jewel of Sicily, enchants visitors with its mesmerizing blend of history, culture, and contemporary allure. From its impressive landmarks and bustling cruise terminal to its thriving economy, TV show fame, and inviting lifestyle, the city has much to offer to the world. Whether you're an avid traveler seeking adventure or a culture enthusiast looking to delve into the past, Palermo welcomes you with open arms, promising an unforgettable experience that will leave you yearning to return for more.


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