If you've ever dreamed of owning a castle, this one-of-a-kind Late Historicist jewel in the Pilsen region is a must-see. The largest Czech castle in private ownership, it has a useable area of 19,000 sq. m. and gorgeous grounds totaling 19 hectares of land.
With its many towers, wings, and windows, the chateau consists of an impressive main castle building with balconies, covered walkways, artwork including statues in and on its exterior and interior walls, an elegant courtyard, a chapel, a large wooden staircase, hardwood parquet floors, and beautiful views of the grounds and nearby ponds.
Within the complex, there is an office building with a restaurant, reception, conference room, and four apartments. There is also a partially renovated farm building, 12 bungalows (6 of which are refurbished), a mill, and a granary. The property has its own wastewater treatment plant, well with a spring, garage for 8 cars, and 19 outdoors spaces (incl. 2 handicapped spaces).
In the beautiful countryside surrounding the chateau there are hiking trails, ponds, several castle ruins, another castle that is a cultural monument, and deep forests. Much of the chateau and grounds has been renovated and it would make the perfect setting for weddings, conferences, or private events.
Built-up area and courtyard: 11,493 sq. m., arable land: 6,160 sq. m., permanent grassland: 63,250 sq. m., forest land: 39,061 sq. m., water area: 422 sq. m., other area: 68,059 sq. m. Land total: 188,445 sq. m. A Christie's International Real Estate Signature Program property.