The 16th Century ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Villa Is On The Market…

Anyone with a spare $3 million in their pocket, you may be in luck…

The luxury Lombardian villa, iconic for its role as the central setting for Luca Guadagnino’s Call Me By Your Name, is on the property market for a mere $2.7 million (or €1.7m) making it pretty high up on our wish-list additions.

Located in Italy, the 16th century Villa Albergoni boasts an impressive 1,400 sq. m. of space, 14 rooms and a garden that opens up to a two-hectare park, all included in the price. Even Guadagnino himself pondered on purchasing the property before seeing the film script, which famously makes use of the villa’s vast array of antiques and period furniture.

The home is where Elio and Oliver, played by Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer, bond and fall in love over the course of a summer. Based on André Aciman’s novel of the same name, the film is up for four Oscar nominations, including Best Soundtrack courtesy of Sufjan Steven’s epic Mystery Of Love.

Check out the snaps of the property right here, and best begin saving now…

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