Rarely do large parcels of land on gorgeous hillsides become available for a handful of custom homes in their own exclusive community.
Especially in Northern California. And especially when those protected hillside parcels span nearly 15 acres dedicated to three Italian farmhouse-style estates.
La Vita Dolce is waiting. Here, custom homebuyers are surrounded by natural beauty while only minutes from the charm, lifestyle and many conveniences of Auburn.
Tailored to the buyer, each La Vita Dolce estate will occupy a private parcel in the exclusive development of Bella Tuscany.
“We knew this setting would be spectacular for a small development,” says Catherine Curtis, managing partner of La Vita Dolce Estates. She noted that the fully established area is spread out and offers views as far as the Coastal Range or Mount Diablo.
“We’re also ready to start building without the long lead time that other custom projects might require of the buyer,” Curtis says. “Buyers don’t have to endure the initial costs and timelines typically associated with custom homes.”
La Vita Dolce Estates has already completed all approvals, permits, fire mitigation, environmental reports, septic design and established connections to treated water (PCWA), she explained.
In addition, the distinctive community has no HOA bylaws or fees and no Mello-Roos taxes.
“Early buyers get to choose their own finishes and custom architectural details,” says Kurt Sandhoff, La Vita Dolce Estates managing partner.
One buyer might opt to create a family resort compound with pool, spa and sports courts. Another may envision a primary dwelling with a separate residential artist’s retreat. Still another might fulfill equestrian or other agricultural passions on the property around their custom home.
Meanwhile, the community sits just minutes from the amenities of Auburn.
Known for its equestrian and endurance sports and its charming downtown with a vibrant dining scene and boutique shops, Auburn also is home to a thriving arts community and abundant major retail.
A La Vita Dolce address also simplifies getaways. Homesites are 5 miles from Interstate 80 and within 10 minutes of Auburn Municipal Airport and the Auburn Amtrak station.
Travel by rail to Seattle, Southern California, Utah and several stops in between on Amtrak. Take a private jet across the globe from the local airport. Or board a helicopter from the helipad from the backyard.
Only 5 miles from I-80, but seemingly worlds away, the location allows relaxed drives to Tahoe, Napa, San Francisco, Folsom Lake, greater Sacramento and the Bay Area.
A huge attraction for golf enthusiasts, the homes/lots are across the street from the Black Oak Golf Course’s 5th hole.
Parcel A, on 5.9-acre splits, will feature 5,200 square feet of custom living space consisting of a 4,000-square-foot luxury home plus a 1,200-square-foot guesthouse or ADU over the detached three-car garage. Parcel A may be split into two, separate residential lots.
For the 3.25-acre Parcel B, preliminary designs showcase a 3,600-square-foot, Italian Farmhouse with four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a daylight basement.
And the estate at Parcel C, on 4.24 hilltop acres, can incorporate 6,500 square feet with exquisite comforts. Indulge in indoor-outdoor living, five bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen, upscale entertaining features and even a helipad.
Isn’t it time for a custom Mediterranean-style oasis?
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