Now that the 2014 FIFA World Cup is underway and the world’s soccer stars have taken their place on their sport’s grandest stage, realtor.com decided to go international in their search for lovely homes.
The World Cup competition began June 12 in Brazil, and 32 nations have put their hopes and national pride on the line. Those teams that don’t advance past the group stage will have a difficult journey back home.
Which prompts a realtor.com kind of question: Which nation would win in a battle of beautiful homes?
Realtor.com found listings for 13 of the nations participating in Brazil. If the listing had a price attached, they also included that information in U.S. dollars. Browse through the listings-which nation reigns supreme in this list of lovely houses?
France — Eaubonne, Val-d’Oise, Ile-de-France, $1.88 million.
Brazil — São Paulo, Indaiatuba.
Croatia — Dubrovnik, Luksuzna vila Dubrovnik, $5.43 million.
Mexico — Mexico City, Colonia Chimalistac, Alvaro Obregon, $2.68 million.
Spain — Mallorca, Palma de Mallorca, Baleares, $27.1 million.
Chile — Santiago, Lo Barnechea.
Colombia — Rionegro, Antioquia.
Greece — Mykonos, Cyclades, $10.8 million.
Costa Rica — Playa Flamingo, Guanacaste, Casa Cielo, $3.5 million.
Italy — Siena, Toscana $63.8 million.
Switzerland — La Tour-de-Peilz, Vaud $6.49 million.
Honduras — Jonesville Point, Roatan, Islas de la Bahia, $695,262.
Argentina — Luján, Buenos Aires.
This article was modified from the original version published by Erik Gunther on realtor.com. To see the original article, click here.