For Sale: Castle Sjöskum

On the shores of Lake Vättern lies the small town Motala and in the port is the lovely Castle Sjökum situated.

By offering this unique and exclusive property in Motala, Sweden we present a rare opportunity for the discerning investor or those seeking an elegant home rich in tradition and luxury.

The Estate
The Seafront of Castle Sjöskum

This 6500 square foot estate home exudes elegance and class throughout its three stories. Even the full basement gives one the feeling of an exclusive, private club.
The home is situated on 2500 m2 of landscaped gardens and located on the shores of beautiful Lake Vattern. Although the Motala city center is only a five minute walk away, the property still has the feeling of a large, private estate.

The official name of the property is Castle Sjöskum. Not surprisingly, it's also called the White Palace and is well known throughout southern Sweden. The elegant style and traditional decor attract many visitors.

The home was commissioned by a wealthy Swedish sea captain and designed by British architects. The exquisite craftsmanship of the German builders is evident throughout. After extensive updates and remodeling, this property represents an authentic and functional historic restoration of a grand, early 1900's Swedish estate. It serves as a living example of Sweden's rich architectural and cultural heritage. The design itself reminds one of a palatial estate complete with a white tower!

The property has been lovingly cared for by only 4 separate owners since it's construction. This home offers unsurpassed quality and convenience as well as privacy and flexibility. Easily converted to a luxurious private estate or purchased as income generating property, this home represents a rare and unique opportunity. Other possible uses include corporate retreat, home-based business, bed-and-breakfast or rental property.

The asking price for this fabulous property is:
630,000 $US.

Castle Sjöskum homepage

Please ask for: Valentine Von Nastase
Box 69
phone: +46 141 55584 or +1 847 800 3400
fax: +46 141 55584