What you need to know about the windmill that has been in the real estate market for years

The windmill on the corner of Matera and Materi has been there since the late 1990s.

It has been a fixture in the Italian market since its arrival, but it is now worth around €4m.

And the owner of the site says that it is the most expensive real estate property in the country.

It is a landmark, but the real value is much higher.

It was built in the 1920s by a wealthy Italian industrialist and is owned by his widow, and is the property of the family that owns the property.

Today it is worth around 1.5m euros, the property’s owner says.

It will remain there for at least 20 more years.

The wind turbine is owned and operated by the Italian National Bank.

In recent years, the bank has been renovating the building and installing solar panels and a new wind turbine.

The owners claim that it has been worth around 3m euros.

“It is a really good value, and the new solar panels have made the building much more efficient and energy efficient,” said Giuseppe Della Torre, the owner.

The site has also become a popular tourist attraction, and it has also attracted people from across the city to visit the site.

Della Turre said that he has seen some locals, but not a large number of tourists.

“I am really happy because it is a real city centre and the building has become a symbol of the city.

It represents the Italian capital,” he said.

But many Italian residents are not happy about the project.

“The owner is a nice person, but he has no business doing this,” said Alessandro Mazzucchi, a local resident who has lived on the site for almost 30 years.

“This is not a public building, it is an industrial estate, and if he wants to use this site, he should be paying the owners to use it,” he told RMC.

“They have spent hundreds of millions of euros to build this building, and they should have invested the money to build the building.”

The owners say that the building will be demolished in two years, and that it will be returned to the public domain, which could result in an economic loss of around 300 million euros.