Large parts of the Maximilian Schell alpine pasture are for sale in Preitenegg municipality. The family acquired the property at an altitude of approximately 1,790 meters in 1900. Last year the actor and director’s estate and his hunting lodge were auctioned off.
Much of the Alm will be sold, consisting of the former home of Maria Shell, an old farmhouse, a farmhouse and smaller outbuildings. In total, it has an area of about 435 square meters and 13.8 hectares of land. The minimum bid in the bidding process must be two million euros.
Farmstead of the seventeenth century
The house offers several bedrooms, several kitchens and bathrooms, spacious terraces, saunas and a large swimming pool. The property’s extensive lawns are suitable for horse breeding, and the property is overgrown with fir trees. According to tradition, the farm dates back to the 17th century. Among other things, Maximilian Schell converted one of the stands into his personal office in 2008, then spent many years in the historic Alm District, where his mother Margaret and sister Maria Schell actually lived.
Maximilian Schell’s hunting lodge and furnishings were already auctioned off in 2021 – more on that at – Maximilian Shell property up for auction.
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