Here in America, we tend not to let old falling-apart homes stick around for long. Either a brave soul finds it in their heart to restore the property, or we bulldoze it to make way for condos. In Europe, things are a little different. Not only do centuries-old stone piles flourish, they end up attracting the monied couples on HGTV's "House Hunters International." Here are the top "Old World" homes toured on the program, ranging from the "no plumbing" situations to exceptionally small apartments. Which one would you go for?
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