Sotheby’s International Realty is advertising one of the world’s largest homes for sale.
While the precise location of the 115-bedroom, pre-Renaissance Italian castle is undisclosed, the property has views of the medieval town of Siena.
The 12th century castle has always been a private residence and boasts 100 bathrooms, 4 swimming pools, a chapel, and a private restaurant. The 650-hectare grounds also include a lake for fishing, stables, a number of farmhouses, a vineyard, and an oil-producing olive grove.
Although the current owners are choosing to remain anonymous, they are believed to have owned the property for 30 years. Previously, the historic home has belonged to Italian nobles and has hosted everyone from popes to the revolutionary astronomer Galileo Galilei.
Sotheby’s is marketing the property as a “glamorous medieval castle near Sienna,” and, though the price was originally advertised as “upon request,” it is currently listed for 28 million euros (just over US$30 million).