Under the Tuscan Sun

    Picture an Italian vacation in a 1500s villa perched atop rolling hills surrounded by 150 acres of land and views of neighboring farms and vineyards. This cinematic scene could be experienced on your next trip to Europe, as One Key destination club has chosen the Tuscany region of Italy for its first European location. One Key has acquired 10 homes, ranging from a stone farmhouse in Siena to a seven-bedroom villa in Florence. The picturesque Val d’Orcia hills home (shown), built in the 1500s, has a natural stone outdoor pool, a wood-burning pizza oven, and formal dining room. Located five minutes from the bustling town of Sarteano, this home provides complete privacy on its 148-acre lot. One Key members have the choice of 15-, 25-, or 45-night travel cards that provide access to the club’s multiple homes in 20 locations throughout the world. Fifteen-night travel cards start at $34,900. (www.onekeyworld.com)

    ?Alexandra Foster

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