Step inside of this fairytale castle for sale in the Czech Republic. The vast castle is priced at â‚¬26.5m and is the largest Czech castle in private ownership. This is a unique offer for a romantic mansion with an interesting, over-800-year history. It is the largest Czech castle in private ownership, boasting magnificent views of the neighboring ponds, a well-maintained English-style forest park, and nearly 19 hectares of land, all of which enhance the uniqueness of this castle property. Thanks to its useable area of almost 12,000 square meters, the chateau is the perfect setting for weddings, conferences, and other corporate and private events. A large part of the castle building has recently undergone extensive reconstruction.
The chateau is one of the most famous examples of late historicist chateau architectural design in the Pilsen Region. Throughout its rich history, the chateau was owned by many Czech nobles or famous dynasties, such as the Lobkowitz or Harrach aristocratic houses, or the Skoda family (founders of the automobile brand). In addition to the main castle building, the complex also includes a completely refurbished office building with a restaurant and a fully equipped kitchen, a conference room, a reception desk, office space, and four apartments.
There is also a partially renovated farm building and 12 bungalows, each with 2 bedrooms, bathrooms, and toilets (6 of the bungalows are renovated). After the planned castle reconstruction, the mill and granary can be used as a restaurant or accommodation. The property has its wastewater treatment plant (only for the needs of the chateau complex), a waterworks connected to a well with a spring, a garage for 8 cars, and 19 outdoor parking spaces (including 2 handicapped parking spaces).
The chateau complex is situated in a very quiet location near 2 large ponds the Zinkovsky and Labut. Nearby, there are hiking trails, including the St. James Trail, which is about 3 kilometers away. The surrounding area offers a large number of attractive destinations, such as the Svihov Water Castle, several castle ruins, the deep forests of Sumava, and sites across the German border. The distance from the castle to Pilsen is only 25 kilometers, to Prague about 115 kilometers, and the Munich airport about 220 kilometers.
Built-up area and courtyard are 11,493 square meters, arable land 6,160 square meters, permanent grassland 63,250 square meters, forest land 39,061 square meters, water area 422 square meters, remaining area, 68,059 square meters. The total land area is an incredible 188,445 square meters.
Pilsen is the spiritual home of beer. You can tell just from the name that Pilsner lager was born here, and is the perfect place to learn more about the Czech Republicâ€™s most famous export. The old town has long ties with this industry, particularly the architectural design around the Square of the Republic, where gothic and renaissance buildings are among the attractions to see. Pilsen has the Czech Republicâ€™s tallest church tower, the third-largest synagogue in the world, and an underworld where endless subterranean tunnels have survived since medieval times. They used to make and store beer down there too.
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