800-year-old Swiss Chateau Le Rosey goes on sale

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The 800-year-old winemaking luxurious chateau comes with some 4.5 hectares of vineyards, a stylish cellar for wine tasting sessions and a dining room for 60 guests, which boasts a Gothic fireplace and terracotta floors.
Chateau le Rosey, Photo credits: ConciergeAuctions
Besides, there's a Turkish bath, a private spa, 10 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms for the future owner to make use of.
Chateau le Rosey, Photo credits: ConciergeAuctions
Built in the early 13th century, the estate consists of a spectacular fully-restored chateau which is a mix of Medieval character with contemporary amenities. Together with the vegetable garden and orchard that decorate the grounds, the chateau has rediscovered its unmistakable historical charm without sacrificing any comforts of modern luxury.
The property is located near the village of Bursins, between Geneva and Lausanne and offers stunning views of Geneva Lake and Mont Blanc, Western Europe's highest mountain.
'Château Le Rosey's extensive history and numerous achievements and accolades speak for themselves as a one-of-a-kind business opportunity,' says Concierge Auctions.
The auction is slated for October 12. Potential buyers can bid remotely from anywhere in the world via the Concierge Auctions' digital marketplace. The chateau was originally priced at £27.5mn, but now it is listed as no reserve.

Source: Concierge Auctions