Farmhouse near Pescaglia bought as a rural getaway by one of Italy's most celebrated film stars put up for sale for €1.2m
Lizzy Davies in Rome
The Guardian, Friday 5 September 2014 16.47 BST
It won't get you a dip in the Trevi fountain with Anita Ekberg. But, with views of the rolling Tuscan countryside, a swimming pool, six bedrooms, small chapel and lemon house, it offers a fairly good shot at La Dolce Vita.
An 18th-century farmhouse bought as a rural getaway by Marcello Mastroianni, one of Italy's most celebrated film stars, has been put up for sale for €1.2m (£0.9m) on the Italian property website Immobiliar...