The most expensive homes in Villa Del Monte have been sold to the highest bidder.
The four villas, which date back to the 18th century, have been the property of the V.L.M. Charlemont family since the late 19th century.
They sold them for $7.2 million in January.
The buyer, who has not been named, is a member of the Charletons.
In a statement, the Charlesons said they are happy to move on with their lives.
“We have loved every moment of our ownership and wish to thank our guests for their generous support over the years,” they said.
The history of the family is part of our lives and we are delighted to be able to share that history with our guests.” “
Our Villa Blancas are among the most prestigious residences in Villa Palermo.
The history of the family is part of our lives and we are delighted to be able to share that history with our guests.”
The villas were built in the early 18th and early 19th centuries and have been owned by the VLM Charlemon family since 1859.
They were built to house the wealthy and to house a private house.
They are currently part of the National Archives, but will eventually be removed.
The sale of the villas comes as the Villa Blancans’ home is under the scrutiny of the city of Palerma, which is conducting an investigation into the deaths of six people in their luxury condominiums.
The investigation, which started last year, is looking into whether residents were forced to sleep in unsafe conditions or if the buildings were not properly cleaned.