Where to buy? That is always the million dollar question….. But before answering this question you need to be quite clear about your personal preferences and what it is you choose to buy this home for. Are you looking for a home you can move into full-time? A vacation retreat you can visit every year, a house on the beachfront or your own piece of land to cultivate and become self-sufficient. Uruguay offers a lifestyle and a region for almost everyone. Whether you want to live in a world capital, a smaller town, a small chacra (small farm) or on a huge estancia (ranch) out in the country, you can be sure that Uruguay has a place for you.Montevideo
Do you enjoy City Life? Then Montevideo might be just what you are looking for. Shady parks, sycamore-lined streets, eating at sophisticated restaurants, bistros, and sidewalk cafés, or browsing in the artisan markets, antique shops, and bookstores. At the plazas, there are often musicians playing tango or residents practising their tango skills to a local band or music box, or simply sitting at a sidewalk café while reading the paper and watching the world go by. The city has it all in regards to culture and convenience. Teatro Solís is a magnificently restored old-world theatre, serving as a venue for some of the most famous theatre groups and orchestras in the world. There are numerous schools of dance, music, and art. The city is home to 35 radio stations, various TV channels, and it has good cable TV and high-speed Internet services.Punta del Este
Known as one of South America’s premier seaside resorts with its beautiful beaches, dazzling casinos, world-class restaurants, and upscale shops have kept people coming from around the world to visit and to settle. Punta del Este often hosts jazz and film festivals, rodeos, fashion shows on the beach, and major conferences. It is South America’s premier all-purpose vacation spot, with attractions for everyone from families with small children to sport fishermen, gamblers, and sun worshipers. Dotted along the coast are numerous other smaller towns such as Atlantida and Piriapolis and many more worth exploring. As far as small portions of land are concerned, you can choose anything from 450 s/m for a small lot, or alternatively a small chacra from 3 hectares upwards. Then of course for the more serious farmers, there is a range of beautiful estancias to choose from.