Why go see “House of Gucci” when you can live it?
During your stay at the Lake Como-adjacent estate, you can live lavishly in your Gucci finest while enjoying spectacular views and the grandeur of ’90s Italian opulence.
The residence, known as Villa Balbiano, was depicted in the film as the home of patriarch Aldo Gucci, played by Al Pacino. The movie also stars Lady Gaga as Patrizia Reggiani and Adam Driver as Maurizio Gucci.
In reality, Villa Balbiano was built in the late 16th century. In the 18th century, owner Cardinal Angelo Maria Durini famously hosted members of the Roman Catholic Church and high society denizens for festivals, banquets and dances.
During his tenure as Villa Balbiano’s owner, the Cardinal amassed a large art collection and built new structures, including a church, on additional parcels of land he acquired for the property.
The home will be available to one lucky booker for a single overnight stay on March 30, 2022, for $1,125.
Booking opens on Monday, Dec. 6, at 12 p.m. Eastern time.
Amenities of the home include an extensive garden recognized by the British Society of Garden Designers, an outdoor swimming pool, a private pier and a boathouse.
Interior features include the “finest art and furniture from past centuries,” according to the listing, including 17th-century frescoes painted by the Recchi brothers and Agostino Silva.
The estate features six suites in the main palazzo that boast opulent marble bathrooms.