A piece of Austrian history
- Country and City / Town:
- Postal code / ZIP code: 2640
- Property Type: Special real estate
- Price on request
- Object ID: 8666
This magnificent castle, located in the picturesque landscape of Lower Austria at the foot of the Semmering, offers a unique combination of history, culture and elegance. With its origins in the 16th century and an eventful history that includes the composition of the famous Mozart Requiem, Stuppach Castle is more than just a building - it is a piece of living history.
After extensive revitalization measures, the castle now presents itself as a place of cultural exchange and musical excellence. It offers an excellent opportunity to invest in both a piece of history and a multi-use property.
+ Historical heritage: ancestral castle of the Counts of Wurmbrand-Stuppach
+ Location: In Gloggnitz, Lower Austria, at the foot of the Semmering
+ Architecture: 3+1 floors, 41 m front length, building eras: Middle Ages, Renaissance and Baroque
+ Revitalization: Main building completely restored, approx. 2500 m²
+ Rooms: 50 rooms, including 36 opulently furnished rooms
+ Reason: approx. 15,000 m2 including baroque garden
+ Cultural significance: Location of the composition of Mozart's Requiem as well as events and salon concerts
This exceptional property is being offered at private auction .
The start of the auction is scheduled for December 1st , a general viewing date for November 22nd, 2023.
We will provide detailed information and documents for interested parties and potential bidders in advance of the auction.
€4 million to €10 million
Pre-auction/sale estimate, previously listed for €12 million
Bidder deposit of $100,000 is required prior to participation
Additional costs: auction fee 12%; Costs for tax, notary
We warmly invite you to take part in this special event and take advantage of your chance to become the owner of this historic castle.
If you have any questions about the auction or the property or would like a viewing, I am available at any time.
Dr. Andreas Bonschak