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Weiler Castle for Sale in Germany

Location: Weiler Castle near Bessenbach-Keilberg in Germany
History:

This picturesque, once moated Weiler castle, built during the third quarter of the 17th Century (1653 - 67) - now protected by a dry moat - with its tasteful renaissance gables, consists of two wings that meet at right-angles to each other with a polygon stair tower, the te-renaissance portal of which bears the date 1667.

The castle was the property of the Count of Schönborn-Wiesentheid whose anscestors Weiler bought it in 1648 and are recognised as the builders of the castle as it now stands. The castle was built during the reign of Johann-Philipp von Schönborn. He was Bishop of Würzburg, Duke of Franken, 63rd Archbishop of Mainz and 47th Crown Prince of Mainz (1647 - 1673).

After centuries of ownership by the Dukes of Schönborn, Weiler castle was passed to private ownership a few years ago since when it has undergone a ground-breaking, first rate restoration.

 
Description:

 

   

 

Land mass

ca./Approx

70.700 m²

 

Castle floorspace

ca./Approx

1.550 m²

 

Caretaker´s house

ca./Approx

250m²

 

Garage

ca./Approx

570m²

 

Indoor Swimming-pool

ca./Approx

260m²

 

Tennis court

     

Lake

Asking Price: U.S. Dollars 7,000.000.00 
Contact:  http://www.der-buedelsdorfer.de/schloss/Englisch/index.htm

Rayan Al-Karawi

Rayan Al Karawi <rayan@emirates.net.ae>

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