The castle is located on the border of Austria and Germany.
Such kind of property is extremely rare on the market as it has more then 800 years of history. Castle belonged to Habsburgs until 1805 as it was sold to private ownership after.
You may see a marble well in the courtyard. Thanks to this construction the inhabitants withstood a six-month siege of the castle in the 17th century.
House type: Medieval castle.
Construction date: 13th century
Living area: 1 100 m2
Old architectural elements: Stone walls, 2 fireplaces, parquet flooring, antiques in all rooms, weapons and guns from World War 1, carved emblems, watches, engraving, copper tables, etc.
Condition of the Property: Excellent and ready to move in.
View and its relation to noise: River view, very quiet.
The property is located on 315 meters above sea level on the banks of Inn river right on the border of Austria and Germany.
Surface is 8038 m2.
There are 2 buildings, total area is 1100 m2.
In the main building there are 14 rooms, 3 bathrooms, 5 toilets, 2 kitchens, dining room, living room, a lot of space for additional rooms.
The castle was restored, high-quality and expensive materials were used.
There is 4 floors tower with wine and weapons facilities (it is possible to put elevator).
Large garage for 2 cars and 15 places for parking.
Alarm system installed, internet, telephone, cable TV, central heating, central and local water supply (its own source). The territory of the castle is fenced, guarded, electric gate, monitoring complete (interior and exterior) by cameras.
Castle was restored and recently remodeled to the highest standards of comfort today, with remains an exception.
Motorway to Vienna and Passau- 10 km.,
Station ( high-speed trains Hamburg Vienna) - 10 km.
Nearby you can find hunting, fishing, tennis courts, many resort towns.
The property can be used as personal residence or converted in representative office of your company, hotel, meeting hall for international conferences.
Future owner will receive Austrian residence permit.
The Habsburg Monarchy (or Habsburg Empire) covered the territories ruled by the junior Austrian branch of the House of Habsburg (1278–1780), and then by the successor House of Habsburg-Lorraine (from 1780), between 1526 and 1867/1918. The Imperial capital was Vienna, except from 1583 to 1611, when it was moved to Prague. The monarchy from 1804 to 1867 is usually referred to as the "Austrian Empire" and from 1867 to 1918 as "Austria-Hungary".
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