This majestic castle in Turin is now for sale with a living area of 3700 square meters (39,826 square feet) and a glorious medieval park of 35.000 square meters (376,737 square feet), capable of holding up to 300 guests within its carefully manicured gardens.
The historical walls that surround the Noble Courtyard – where a Fountain of the Mysteries dominates the scene – were built between the 9th and 14th century. A true monument of Italy, the property also includes a Romanic chapel from 850 A.C. The castle is set on an a high elevation, so the views it offers are amazing.
Several important families have had the honor of owning this castle, including The House of Savoy, the Holy Roman Emperor Otto I, and the Arduin of Ivrea. The first restoration program on the property was carried out in the 1800s, when architect Alfredo D’Andrade gave it some very special attention. Almost two centuries later, in 1992, a second restoration was undergone, bringing back the castle’s original charm and beauty.
Today all its 30 bedrooms and 47 bathrooms look impeccable, and modern technologies make it a very cozy and comfortable dwelling. To make this stunning estate yours, you need a staggering $57,463,925.