Hollywood actor George Clooney is planning to sell his Lake Como villa, media reports said.
He reportedly bought the home 21 years ago.
Real estate agent Yasemin Baysal, owner of Engel & Volkers Lago di Como, told Italian publication Oggi as quoted by Hello that the rumors were "true" and that she already had one customer who was "very interested: we have started all the necessary checks before submitting a possible offer".
Interestingly, Villa Oleandra dates back to the 18th century.
The complex is made up of four adjacent villas, with over 32,000 square feet of floor space and nearly 100,000 square feet, including a lake front entrance, two docks and a pier. The main home features 25 rooms, plus a swimming pool, a large garage, tennis court, full gym, a pizza room, and plenty of Italian charm and ornate detailings, reports Hello.
According to reports, it was in this villa that Clooney had met his wife Amal in July 2013 when a mutual friend brought the human rights lawyer to attend a dinner hosted by the actor.