|Bathrooms: 0||Square: 700.00|
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Offers great knight's castle in 1856.
a Rare opportunity to become the owner of a real castle, with turrets, massive gates and protective walls and may make happy the Golden-haired Princess.
part of the castle, offer for sale, is a residential two-storey house with unsound residential apartments with attic.
the Castle is protected by the state monument of architecture.
the Total living area of approximately 700 m2.
the object is connected to all communication systems and electricity supply, as there is a possibility of high-speed Internet connection.
the object is a private road through woods and fields, but despite the "forest" location of the castle, the nearby town is only 5 kilometers.
In the vicinity of the castle you can find a school, kindergarten, branches, trade networks and other vital infrastructure.
the Last renovation work was carried out in 2016.
To the object attached 3 car garage.
the Tower of the castle is rented on a long lease.
At the moment, due to the lack of adequate owner, the rest of the property is vacant, for renting all the premises, the building may need repairs.
the new owner has the right to count on state grants of the Fund for the restoration and maintenance of monuments.
based On the average cost of renting in the area, with proper management under lease, this property can bring about 60 thousand Euro in annual revenue.
Distance to it. Frankfurt airport: 128 km (1 hour 10 minutes by car)
Distance to it. Stuttgart airport: 80 km (1 hour by car)
Heilbronn is a city in Germany, Baden-württemberg. Has the 6th highest population in the land of Baden-württemberg. The town has developed machine building (plants "Lapple", "Thyssen-Krupp", etc.), chemical, paper, food (plants "Campina", "Knorr") industry.
Heilbronn is a major port on the river Neckar, there are also salt mines, developed winemaking. The city is home to the Institute.
Heilbronn known in the literature works of Heinrich von Kleist, "Katchen of Heilbronn".
the First traces of man in the Neckar valley near Heilbronn belong to the Paleolithic.Even in prehistoric times near Heilbronn converge ancient road, which here crossed the Neckar. In the I century BC the Romans fortified the border along the Neckar with Ostroumov, including in the modern district of the city of Beckingen (Böckingen), where a total of eight roads of the Roman period.
After the Romans from the middle of the III century ad, the Neckar valley was owned by the Alamanni, who were in the year 500 supplanted by the Franks who lived in its Eastern province of the Royal courts. To one of your yards may ascend the first large settlement near the modern city centre.For the first time about these places is mentioned in 741, called villa Helibrunna. In 1050 in the village appears the market in 1140 — the river port. Obviously, Heilbronn grew thanks to the excellent location and the passing trade routes.
In 1281 king Rudolf I gives Heilbronn rights of the city.