Austria’s Schloss Stuppach goes on sale with presale estimates amounting to more than $4.3 million to $9.95 million, and Concierge Auctions announce the property is open for offers.
The Schloss Stuppach estate in Vienna, Austria popularized the moniker “Mozart’s last castle.” It housed Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “Requiem” until it got transferred into the Austrian National Library. The celebrated composer created the masterpiece to honor his wife Anna Countess von Walsegg, who died at the property.
Mozart’s last castle initially cost about $13.2 million or €12 million prior to the sale. Its presale estimates value between $4.3 million to $10.9 million or €3.95 million to €9.95 million. The bidding started on December 1 and the site says bidding is closed, however it is open for offers.
Schloss Stuppach in the City of Music and Dreams
The property can be found in the small mountain town of Gloggnitz in Lower Austria where it is surrounded by the area’s highest peaks. The town carried an abundant history and exhibited masterful architecture in gothic and baroque buildings, all worth exploring.
Schloss Stuppach benefits from a convenient distance from Austria’s capital. The town is situated near the main rail route between Vienna and Trieste and the S6 Motorway.
The historic estate serves as a melting pot of musical traditions as it is in Vienna, known as the “City of Music” and “City of Dreams.” Its renowned museums, fine dining, and modern entertainment all year long adds to the charm of the town.
Exquisite finishes and baroque details
The property highlights four bedrooms, three full bathrooms and five half baths. It has a total of 50 rooms in total on the property. It boasts 15,000 square meters of lot area and a total land area of 26,909 square feet.
Its architecture features exquisite baroque finishes on its stately four-story castle with lush, surrounding gardens.
Schloss Stuppach presents numerous amenities on site such as: antique-furnished rooms, a small chapel, a dungeon, a jardinière, guest suites, a fireplace hall, a high-end business club, concert salon, experience theater, special event areas, castle shop, professional catering kitchen, a cinema, and an attic that can be converted into anything you want–your imagination is the limit!
Illustrious palace guests
The palatial, last of its kind Austrian estate not only has spacious areas and well-thought out rooms. Its rich, over 900-year history added immense value to the property.
Mozart’s castle fits a special person’s dream to be able to live a fairytale tailor-made according to their liking.
Franz Schubert, Pope Pius VI, Princess Isabelle von Bourbon Parma and Emperor Franz Stephan von Lothringen visited the historic palace aside from Mozart.
Mozart’s last castle became the site of musical performances and lectures and is a world-class attraction on its own. Concierge Auctions enlisted the property for sale on its website, now waiting for its new proprietor.
Banner photo from Concierge Auctions.