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February 21, 2018
The Dazzling Lombardian Villa Seen In Call Me By Your Name Is for Sale
The beautifully styled Italian villa that was shown as the main set for the 2017 critically acclaimed film, Call Me By Your Name is now for sale. Even if you haven’t seen the film, this mansion is worth some serious consideration.

Release just a couple of months ago and nominated for 4 academy awards, Call Me By Your Name was definitely the breakout film of 2017. Directed by Luca Guadagnino, the coming-of-age movie starring Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer provided plenty of heartbreaking yet revolutionary cinematic moments. However, one element that completely left every stunned and craving for more was the astonishing Italian villa in which the film was shot, and what would you know, the Lombardian-styled Villa is now for sale.

One Can Now Buy the Call Me By Your Name Italian Villa for $2.1M 5Image Credit to Giulio Ghirard

The former fortress converted into a 17th-century home has hit the market in Moscazzano for about $2.1 million. The Historic Italian mansion also features a stunning garden perfect for al fresco dining. It is also the perfect place to be during the summer.

One Can Now Buy the Call Me By Your Name Italian Villa for $2.1M 2Image Credit to Sony Pictures Classic

Unfortunately, the grandeur of the villa was not shown in its entirety, including elements like the frescoed ceilings, the cloth-covered walls and the antique gilded molding lining the 15,000 square-foot house.

One Can Now Buy the Call Me By Your Name Italian Villa for $2.1M 1Image Credit to Sony Pictures Classic

One Can Now Buy the Call Me By Your Name Italian Villa for $2.1M 3Image Credit to Sony Pictures Classic

Nevertheless, those who have seen the film will immediately recognize some of the estate’s flawless spaces, including, the Pearlman’s family study, the balconies that provide sweeping views of the region, the blue bathroom shared by the lead characters, the majestic hallways, and the dining room featuring a fireplace, that originated one of the most iconic and emotive scenes in the history of cinema, thanks to the extraordinarily talented, Timothée Chalament.

One Can Now Buy the Call Me By Your Name Italian Villa for $2.1M 4Image Credit to Sony Pictures Classic

One Can Now Buy the Call Me By Your Name Italian Villa for $2.1M 6Image Credit to Sony Pictures/Everett Collection

In his films, Luca Guadagnino often resorts to lavish sceneries, a concern by the author of the novel, Andre Aciman was worried that the villa was actually too beautiful to be the main set of the film, but in the end, everything was put together perfectly.

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