In the foothills of the Italian Alps, Castel Valer stands proudly over the valley below. Erected on the foundations of a Roman castle built through the 12th and 17th centuries and belonging to one family lineage, this incomparable compound’s roots are steeped in history, its soul is revealed in the spectacular medieval and late-Gothic architecture, and its personality shines with the resplendence of the Renaissance.
The castle includes 35,520 square feet (3,300 square metres) of net living space, comprising 15 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, five kitchens – including a medieval smoke kitchen – a banqueting hall, library, two chapels, an octagonal tower, wine cellar and swimming pool.
This splendid Dolomite castle can be a grand rental venue, a lavish hotel, or a luxurious family compound.
With 80 rooms, a “Knights’ Hall” with five kitchens, conference/banquets rooms in the converted stables, and two chapels – one of which was awarded best renovated chapel in Europe – the options are endless. Not to mention the stunning grounds, including 12 acres of forest, 6 acres of apple orchards, and countless terraced gardens.
Castel Valer guards the entrance to the fabled Val di Non, a valley nestled against the mountains where romance surrounds you. In the foothills of Europe’s most beautiful mountains, the Dolomites in Northern Italy, the stunning Non Valley has beautiful lakes, quaint villages, and culture and history to spare – in addition to easy access to two airports, world-famous skiing, golf and more.
Explore the natural beauty beyond your castle walls, or venture further afield to some of Europe’s most beloved destinations.
Become a part of its pedigreed history in the most romantic of settings when the gavel drops September 22nd. Previously offered for €35 million, it will now sale without reserve.