On the hillside of Germany, you can live in a 1,000-year-old castle set in a fenced-in forest for $22.3 million.
The castle sits near the river junctions of Rhine and Moselle, south of Bonn.
The house features 10 bedrooms and nine full bathrooms, a four car garage, a library, indoor pool, media room, and wine cellar. There’s also a chapel on the ground floor with valuated ceilings.
The home has more than 2,000 square feet of living space and has 30 rooms throughout. At the bottom of the hill, eight apartments can play host to house personnel or guests.
Outdoors, there is a tennis court and a helipad for a quick getaway.
Travel up and down the Rhine by boat and enjoy the landscape, which has been praised by poets such as Lord Byron and Mark Twain.
And wall-sized fresco paintings, by the same artist who decorated the famous Dom of Cologne, that are 175 years old.
The castle can serve as a great place to host conferences, or even set up headquarters for a company, as the listing suggests.
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