The Italian Villa From Call Me By Your Name Is Officially On The Market!
For some, the ultimate design fantasy is to live on a movie set, especially one as breathtaking as the Italian estate in the Oscar-winning film, Call Me By Your Name. The expansive 15,000-square-foot historical home recently went on the market for a casual $2.1 million, and it served as the backdrop for Elio (Timothée Chalamet) and research assistant Oliver’s (Armie Hammer) wistful summer romance for the ages.
With patinated finishes, high ceilings and opulent architecture, the grand estate — which was originally a 16th century fortress — is filled with historical elegance. The property includes 14 bedrooms, seven bathrooms and is surrounded by five acres of lush gardens, peppered with statues and castle-like staircases.
Click through to see what the rest of this stunning Italian manor has to offer.
It’s hard not to fall short of breath when the exterior of this distinguished Italian Villa is this dreamy.
An impressive statue enveloped in lush greenery sits upon the estate in a stoic manor.
Nominated for four Oscars including best picture, best actor, best original song for “Mystery of Love” by Sufjan Stevens and best adapted screenplay (which it won), it’s no wonder Call Me By Your Name picked up such accolades with a backdrop this mysterious yet enchanting.
The entryway is enhanced by grand arches and original mosaic marble flooring that commands attention.
Adding an air of mystery, this living room breeds a certain nostalgia and extravagance with its statuesque fireplace and old-fashioned windows.
Gorgeous frescoed ceilings are found throughout the home, some of which were painted by Aurelio Busso, a student of famous Renaissance artist Raphael.
Just an hour drive from Milan sits the grand estate — located in the Lombardy countryside — where Oliver first caught Elios heart.
The study immediately transports you to sensational scenes in Call Me By Your Name where dreams of a summer abroad can be summoned.
Layers of history are encapsulated in the study through rich texture, a lofty fireplace and copious bound books.
The central staircase lined with awe-inspiring artistry allows access to the service wing, cellar and numerous rooms.
The countryside villa comes complete with your very own private park for endless afternoons in the sun.
Impactful art is hung between two doorways serving as a purposeful balancing act.
A worn-in kitchen is eclectic in its dishevelled, aristocratic charm.
Drawing inspiration from the Victorian era, this stunning boudoir comes to life with an ornate mirror, luxe chandelier and half canopy bed.
A stained glass window remains the focal point in this historic bathroom, which remains an iconic backdrop in the film.
Even director Luca Guadagnino considered buying the sprawling Italian manor for himself, telling The New York Times that he “found it immediately beautiful, and a little bit sad, even.”
The grounds are impressively serene and perfect for al fresco dining, much like the Perlman family in Call Me By Your Name.