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Castle / Manor

Castle / Manor

In the late 18th century, the political and aristocratic elites from the Romanian Principalities and Transylvania started to draw inspiration from Europe: the families of nobles and boyars built on their country properties palaces, castles and manors that emulated, in general, the architectural styles that were fashionable in the West at the time. Thus, numerous boyar manors were built. Those raised in Moldavia imitated the Neoclassic style that was popular in Russia, whilst the buildings from Wallachia, Banat and Transylvania integrated Western elements. In Wallachia, French architecture was the most popular, as many French architects and artists raised houses there that were inspired by French eclecticism. The buildings from Banat and Transylvania were, of course, influenced by Austro-Hungarian architecture. The advantages of these residences do not consist solely of the relatively small distance to the big cities (which makes them easily accessible holiday houses), but also of the lands that often surround the manor or castle. Consequently, these properties can be used for both leisure and business purposes, as they can accommodate a farm or other similar enterprises. These residences are the perfect match for active persons who have limited spare time and who long for a weekend escapade away from the urban bustle or simply desire to invest in a new business model.
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  • Banffy Manor in the Transylvanian Hills

    Banffy Manor in the Transylvanian Hills

    89 Principală street, Sânmarghita, Mica village, Cluj county 64 km toCluj-Napoca Starting price: €500,000
    Estimate: €550,000 - €600,000
    Land area: 4.108 sqm Build area: 1.450 sqm Floors: B+GF+Mz+2A Rooms: 10 Property type: Event center, Family Residence, Holiday house, Hunting castle, Medical center, Pension
  • Știrbey Palace, Neo-Romanian style, arch. Nicolae Ghika-Budești

    Știrbey Palace, Neo-Romanian style, arch. Nicolae Ghika-Budești

    Dumbravei street, Dărmănești, Bacău county 63 km to Bacău, 145 km to Brașov, 303 km to București Price upon request Land area: 13,00 ha Build area: 4.500 sqm Floors: B+GF+2F+A Rooms: 59 Property type: Event center, Hotel, Multi-family residence, Multifunctional complex, Private museum, Social center, Touristic complex
  • Procopie Casotta Manor

    Procopie Casotta Manor

    Cașota village, Siliștea-Glodeanu town, Buzău county 31 km to Buzau, 79 km to Bucharest Starting price: €275,000
    Estimate: €350,000 - €500,000
    Land area: 4.127 sqm Build area: 609 sqm Floors: B+GF+1F+A Property type: Event center, Family Residence, Holiday house, Inn, Pension
  • Golescu - Gussi Manor

    Golescu - Gussi Manor

    Leordeni village, Argeș country 26 km to Pitești, 100 km to Bucharest Starting price: €275,000
    Estimate: €400,000 - €500,000
    Land area: 15,61 ha Build area: 1.800 sqm Floors: B+GF+1F+Watchtower Property type: Holiday house, Hunting castle, Medical center, Multi-family residence, Multifunctional complex, Pension, Social center, Touristic complex
  • Dimachi-Arghiropol Manor

    Dimachi-Arghiropol Manor

    Gugești Village, Vaslui County 25 km to Vaslui, 60 km to Iași Starting price: €60,000
    Estimate: €100,000 - €150,000
    Land area: 16,81 ha Build area: 600 sqm Floors: GF+1F Rooms: 10 Property type: Family Residence, Holiday house, Vineyard estate
  • Mocioni - Teleki Palace and Domain, the “Little Trianon” on the Mureș Valley

    Mocioni - Teleki Palace and Domain, the “Little Trianon” on the Mureș Valley

    Căpâlnaş Village, Arad County 5 km to Săvârșin Royal Castle, 90 km to Arad Starting price: €1,100,000
    Estimate: €1,500,000 - €2,000,000
    Land area: 81,50 ha Build area: 2.033 sqm Floors: SB+GF+1F Rooms: 24 Property type: Event center, Holiday house, Hunting castle, Medical center, Memorial house, Multi-family residence, Multifunctional complex, Privat hospital, Social center, Touristic complex
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