If you have the freedom to live and work from anywhere in the world, moving to Europe might be on your mind. It’s a move many Americans are making right now to take advantage of the value of the U.S. dollar, which is the strongest it’s been in a generation and has nearly a one-to-one conversion rate with the euro.
Another reason many Americans are relocating to countries across Europe is the rising cost of living and high housing prices in the U.S., Bloomberg reports. Your money can go much further when it comes to buying an apartment or house in Europe, especially if you move to smaller cities or towns, the article says.
Where in Europe should you look? Some popular countries for American expats right now are France, Italy, Portugal, Spain, and Greece. But of course, you have many options across Europe, and should consider whether a major city, small town, rural area, and beach destination will fit your lifestyle.
To help with your European house hunt, here are five places for sale in Italy, Sweden, Germany, Spain, and France. (Note: All currencies were converted to dollars and reflect conversion rates as of August 4th.)
This four bedroom, three bath is listed for $765,306. The villa has a terrace, garden, patios, floor-to-ceiling windows, split-unit air conditioning, two parking spaces, stainless steel appliances, and arched windows and doorways. Ischia is a small island in the Gulf of Naples, where you’ll find coastal views, beaches, and Aragonese Castle.
This off-the-grid, eco-friendly two bedroom greenhouse-style building is listed for $775,000. It has high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, exposed wood, integrated appliances, solar panels, hardwood floors, and indoor plants. It’s located on Lake Vänern, Sweden’s largest lake, and Sikhall Camping is nearby.
This two bedroom, one bath is listed for $809,400. The apartment features hardwood floors, oversized windows, high ceilings, stainless steel appliances, storage, a terrace, and parking space. It is located in the neighborhood of Rummelsburg with Sisyphos Nightclub and Rummelsburger State Park nearby.
This four bedroom, two and a half bath is listed for $877,551. The renovated house features a garden, balcony, fireplace, hardwood and tile floors, patios, built-ins, and stainless steel appliances. Sitges, a popular coastal town and LGBTQ destination, has many beaches and is just a 40-minute train ride to Barcelona.
This three bedroom, one bath is listed for $908,163. The apartment has floor-to-ceiling windows, balconies, hardwood floors, statement wallpaper, stainless steel appliances, and storage space. Located in the 16th arrondissement, Bois de Boulogne and Louis Vuitton Foundation are in the area.
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