"Dracula's Castle" is for sale, nonetheless it comes with a catch: Dracula himself, or at the very least the historic foundation the personality, never ever in fact lived there.
Additionally, it takes some restrooms.
“If some body will come in with an acceptable provide, we are going to examine who they are, what they're proposing, and can really host the theory, " Mark Meyer informed the constant Telegraph. His firm, Herzfeld & Rubin, would manage any possible sale for Bran Castle, as the building's actually known.
Its nickname originates from the reality that it closely matches the information of this palace in Bram Stoker's "Dracula." Stoker himself never went to, it is believed to have read about it and based the castle in his book on what he read.
The character it self, or at the very least its title, is dependent loosely on Vlad Dracul, a.k.a. Vlad Tepes or "Vlad the Impaler." And while Vlad never ever existed at Bran either, documents suggest he had been when grabbed and imprisoned inside for 2 months.
If you'd like to own the palace, it does take a bite out of your banking account. While Meyer isn't naming an amount, the 57-room manor on 22 acres has-been in the marketplace several times recently, with people at one-point looking to get $135 million.
Alternatively, the palace gets 560, 000 spending tourists per year so buying it won't always bleed you dry.
“At present, it generates a tidy profit, " Meyer told the Telegraph. "In the best hands it has the potential to generate far more revenue than we could ever before imagine.”