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You Can Now Buy the Stunning Villa Featured in 'Call Me By Your Name'

Friday Mar 2, 2018

Got $2.1 million to spend? You may want to consider buying the beautiful villa featured in the gay coming-of-age movie "Call Me By Your Name."

According to a report from Curbed, the home, located in the commune of Moscazzano, in Lombardy, Italy, is up for sale.

Out director Luca Guadagnino spoke with Architectural Digest about the villa, saying he was aware of it for years, and even dreamed about buying it one day, but it was out of his price range.

Though it may be too pricey for Guadagnino, the 14-room villa can be yours for 1.7 million euro or $2.1 million USD. The home is 15,000 square feet and, according to its listing, dates back to the 1500s. The home also has porticos, a frescoed ceiling and otherwise coffered and vaulted ceilings, carved doors, terrazzo floors and more. Oh, and of course, there's that fireplace where you can spend your nights crying over lost loves.

Curbed notes their property sits on grounds that total about five acres, and include two outbuildings.


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