The breathtaking Italian villa where Elio and Oliver spent their summer together in Luca Guadagnino's devastating film Call Me By Your Name has been listed for sale, Buzzfeed reports. The property spans nearly five acres, so there's plenty of space to grow peaches and/or dance to the Psychedelic Furs.
Standout architectural features of the storied villa include a frescoed ceiling courtesy of Aurelio Busso (a pupil of Raphael), and, uhh, that fireplace. There's also a staggering fourteen bedrooms, which means you'll certainly be able to find somewhere where Mafalda won't hear what you're up to. Intrigued? The Vendita Villa Lombardia can be yours for a cool €1.7M (that's roughly $2.1M USD).
Peep the full listing, as well as some gorgeous property photos, on House & Loft.