Mozart's last castle: what is known about the unique Stuppach real estate
About 90 km from Vienna, in the middle of a large park, there is a building with a rich history. It is Stuppach Castle, which is still privately owned.
Its location, nature and exclusivity provide the perfect combination for the use of this unique property. What the castle looks like and why it is interesting is described on the Sotheby's auction website, where it is up for auction.
What is known about Mozart Castle
The Austrian castle is located at the foot of the Semmering in Stuppach/Gloggnitz. Its history goes back about 900 years. It was first mentioned in 1130 and partially redesigned in the 15th-17th centuries.
According to the auction website, Stuppach Castle, Mozart's birthplace, once hosted noble guests.
It was a place of rest and solitude for Mozart in his last months of life. Today, the castle has become a popular tourist attraction, attracting music and history lovers. Visitors can walk through the halls where Mozart lived and see exhibitions dedicated to his life and work. This historic site attracts classical music fans and those interested in the life and last days of the great composer.
The castle houses rooms exquisitely furnished with antiques. The four-story main residence includes 50 rooms, including 4 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, 5 half-baths (half baths), a movie theater, a library, and plenty of event space.
There is also a chapel, a garden area, and a dungeon on site. With so many stunning rooms, the castle can be customized to your liking.
Stuppach is a unique investment that offers a rare chance to own a piece of history and create a new experience for future generations in the last "white spot" directly related to Mozart in the world.
The auction website indicates that the cost of the castle will start from 3.95 to 9.95 million euros.
The auction starts on December 1.