Be a Co-Owner of 5 Luxury Homes in Europe Worth 7M Euros

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Viale Giuseppe Giusti, Lucca (Italy)

4 Bedrooms · 3 Bathrooms · 200Floor area




4 Bedrooms

3 Bathrooms




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This four bedroom stone farmhouse is located on one of the many hills overlooking the stunning landscape of Lucca, Tuscany. An oasis of peace and tranquility, the house is surrounded by a lush garden which covers an area of 1,300 sqm and includes olive trees, cypresses and colorful flower beds.

The house itself is full of character and traditional charm with terracotta flooring and exposed wooden beams throughout. On a clear day you can even see the coast from the property, making it no wonder why it has been chosen as part of August's exclusive collection of luxury vacation homes.

August offers a unique way to own a part of this dream vacation home for a fraction of the cost - with fractional ownership you can have up to 5 houses for the same price as buying just one! It also removes the burden of maintenance and legalities, as all of these matters are taken care of by August's expert team.

Not only will you make some lasting memories with your family or friends in a beautiful setting, but you will become part of an amazing community of co-owners who love and care for their second home just as much as you do. With the help of August's team, you can rest assured that the house is well-maintained, and you don't have to worry about any unpleasant surprises when you arrive.

And another great advantage of being a co-owner is that you can use your weeks as you wish - whether you'd like to go away with your family on a road trip, spend a romantic couple's getaway, or enjoy a group break with friends. Whatever you choose, you can be sure of having a comfortable, consistent experience each time.

So if you're looking to own a part of this Tuscan paradise, then August is the perfect place to start. Don't miss out on owning five properties across Europe worth 7 million euros - join the August community today and make your dreams of vacation home ownership come true!


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This wonderful 5 bedroom villa is located in the municipality of Bagni di Lucca in Tuscany, Lucca, Italy. The villa is surrounded by a large and well maintained park of 5000 square meters with two entrances and an automatic irrigation system fed by a private spring water source. The property itself consists of three buildings - a manor house, renovated farmhouse, and large annex/garage. The 430m2 manor house, built in the early 1900s in a classic Art Nouveau style, is in perfect condition. It has several levels, each with its own purpose - a tavern in the basement with kitchen, dining/living room with a large fireplace, study, cellar, bathroom and porch; ground floor with elegant entrance hall, dining room, built-in kitchen, large living room with a fireplace and 2 generously sized balconies; first floor with 3 bedrooms and private bathrooms; second floor attic with several rooms. The 120m2 stone cottage has been completely and finely restored. Basement houses kitchen, utility room and dining room with fireplace; ground floor with entrance hall, living room, bathroom, utility room and wood-burning oven outside; first floor with double bedroom and single bedroom. The 270m2 annex was originally an old lemon house and has been completely renovated, housing the garage with 3 parking spaces, and other technical rooms. Living in this area offers plenty of advantages - you are close to all services, a few kilometres from Lucca and the Garfagnana, and just a few kilometres away is the ski slopes of the Abetone area. The climate here is mild, with average temperatures ranging between 7 and 27°C in summer, and 0 and 8°C in winter. This estate provides for a luxurious and elegant lifestyle and is a great place to live and raise a family.

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Located in the charming city of Pescia, nestled in the province of Pistoia within the enchanting region of Tuscany, Italy, lies a serene 1-bedroom house with rustic charm and creative potential. This property is imbued with rich history dating back centuries and invites imaginative minds with a love for renovating to breathe new life into it. The house sits just outside the lively buzz of Pescia, a picturesque city known for its rich architectural landscape, splendid landscapes, and bustling local markets. An added advantage of this city is its strategic location midway between the iconic cities of Lucca and Florence. For the commuter, this equates to seamlessly facilitated commutes and the luxury of plunging into varied cultural experiences. Delving into specifics, the property is defined by a quaintly aged detached house, generous land, and a host of outhouses—one of which includes a capacious double garage that could be innovatively repurposed into a brilliant workshop or functional laboratory. In the past, this land also housed a fully operational mill complete with its own olive oil production equipment, offering a tantalizing prospect of sustainable living and homegrown indulgence. A bubbling stream runs along the property, controlled and safe from causing flood damage due to local regulation. The flat land on the opposite bank once functioned as a natural animal pen, with remnants of its rustic walls still standing—a rustic reminder of a life simple yet fulfilling. Within the house, the bones of central heating are still present, simply waiting for skilled hands to restore its glory. Currently, the house boasts three bedrooms and one bathroom. Featuring a cozy dining room adorned with a working fireplace and a functional galley-style kitchen opening out to a blissful terrace, it presents an opportunity to craft a living space with a heartwarming, vintage charm. Underneath the house, you'll find grand cantinas boasting splendid stone or brick floors, a quintessential built-in bread oven, and the original water wheel—an added appeal for history buffs and the enviably unique. The house itself has a tale spanning centuries, constructed in 1664, with the mill added in 1779 and the modernized part of the house dating back to 1918. However, as fascinated by its remarkable past, we need to remind potential owners of its current state. It's a work-in-progress; the previous owners have initiated restorations, ensuring the plumbing and wiring are up to code, and have installed a latest-generation septic tank. Yet, there remains ample opportunity and necessity for its heritage to be polished and modern comforts to be instated—for the property to reach its full potential. Lifestyle in Pescia is resplendent in contrasts, offering the serenity of rural living, agricultural riches of Tuscan legacy, and the conveniences of city life. The local community is known for being warm, welcoming, and extraordinarily helpful—a kind community spirit that not just portrays the quintessential Italian cordiality but ensures a comfortable settlement for individuals not native to the region. As for the weather, Pescia offers a temperate Mediterranean climate, boasting hot summers and mild winters, with ample sunshine and negligible snow—perfect for those who appreciate outdoor activities and scenic beauty. Living in a house, especially an old, historic one, opens up numerous possibilities for a unique lifestyle—a blend of traditional architecture with modern amenities that promises a comfort unmatched. Although this property requires considerable restoration, its potential, the warmth of the community, and the charm of the locality make it a valuable investment, especially for overseas buyers wanting to experience a slice of authentic Italian living.

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Venture into the heart of Italy and immerse yourself in a unique lifestyle with this charming home situated in the beautiful town of Bagni di Lucca, a municipio nestled in the lovely province of Lucca, Tuscany, Italy. The essence of rustic elegance merges with the warmth of modern comforts as you step into this completely refurbished 5-bedroom home that radiates quaint splendour. This captivating 200 square meter residence, graciously sprawled across lush Tuscan land, is designed with perfection; maintaining high standards of craftsmanship from its construction in 2009. It retains its traditional appeal with the intricate details of wooden beams and terracotta tiles enriching interior. Walk into space and comfort, as sunlight streams freely through generously sized windows, illuminating interior filled with inviting, cosy charm. Uniquely curated with thoughtful planning, the layout of the home is divide into three independent apartments. Two on the ground floor, each boasting an open-plan kitchen complete with stylized, contemporary fittings and an airy loft bedroom reached by a spiral staircase. Each apartment comes equipped with an additional sitting room, easily transformed into a second bedroom as per your need. Venture upstairs to discover a lavish bathroom, a spacious duo of bedrooms and a kitchen/dining room that flows seamlessly into a charming potential rooftop terrace. Picture yourself here, serene in the privacy of your own space, basking in the warm Tuscan sun, and creating unforgettable moments. The exterior sanctuary compliments the indoor warmth and elegance, boasting an impeccably maintained garden flourishing with vibrant blooms and lush greenery. The property also offers a private parking space and an above-ground swimming pool, making those scorching Tuscan summers more enjoyable. Add to this, a charming barn for added storage, and a picturesque picnic spot by the stream creating a haven for those lazy, sun-soaked afternoons. As a resident of Bagni di Lucca, you will be woven into a rich cultural tapestry that is steeped in history. Known for its thermal baths, this village encapsulates the essence of nature, surrounded by tranquil, mesmerizing landscapes. Adventure enthusiasts can indulge in paragliding or diverse water sports, while those seeking a retreat will find a harmonious blend of history and nature in the heart of this breathtaking locale. Seasoned with a warm, temperate climate, Bagni di Lucca experiences mellow winters and languid, sun-drenched summers. Majestically cradled by the rolling hills of Tuscany, this locale provides a serene escape from the fast-paced city life, offering an idyllic retreat into the arms of nature. Marvel at the architectural grandeur of the town's heritage with numerous churches, monuments and castles dotting the landscape. Rustic stone buildings, cobblestone roads, and quaint cafes contribute to the old-world charm while numerous festivals and events breed a vibrant, local culture that remains ever so palpable in the air. The area houses several restaurants, cafes, and shops, making sure all your needs are within arm's reach. Relish the finest culinary offerings Italy has to offer, from rustic trattorias serving traditional Tuscan delights, to an array of international gastronomical experiences. Experiencing life in this home promises a flawless blend of community and privacy. A charming haven amidst the historical tapestry of Italy, it provides an idyllic backdrop for a traditional, tranquil lifestyle. For the price of 329,000, step into a future brimming with possibilities and create lifelong memories in a residence steeped in rich history, embodying the essence of quintessential Italian life.

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