Hollywood heartthrob George Clooney and his spouse, Amal Clooney, have put their iconic Lake Como villa on the market for an astonishing 100 million euros ($107 million).
The sale marks the finish of an period for the couple, as this picturesque property holds sentimental worth as the place the place they first crossed paths.
It was solely a matter of time
Rumors of George Clooney’s intentions to half methods with ‘Villa Oleandra’ have circulated for years.
Reports first emerged in 2010, with considerations over the fixed paparazzi consideration drawn to the space as a result of the actor’s presence.
In 2015, shortly after his marriage to lawyer Amal Clooney, these rumors resurfaced, suggesting that George was contemplating promoting the villa to flee the eyes of the media and vacationers.
A discreet sale
According to Page Six, which first reported about the sale, the itemizing is exceptionally discreet, focused at high-net-worth people, with no public promoting or press protection.
The 62-year-old actor initially bought the villa from the Heinz household (homeowners of the Pittsburgh Steelers) for $7 million in 2002.
If the property sells wherever near the asking value, it might signify a major revenue for the actor.
Lake Como has been a cherished retreat for the Clooneys. They have been steadily noticed having fun with the beautiful locale throughout the summer time months.
The couple’s love story started when Amal visited George’s residence in 2013, launched by a mutual good friend. Their whirlwind romance led to a marriage only a 12 months later, in 2014.
The property even expanded with the buy of the adjoining Villa Margherita to make sure privateness.
The idyllic villa grew to become a haven for the couple, their twin youngsters, Alexander and Ella, and a gathering place for well-known mates, together with former U.S. President Barack Obama, Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Jennifer Aniston, and Matt Damon.