- Stato: Completamente ristrutturato/Abitabile
- Superficie abitabile: 650 m²
- Classe Efficienza Energetica: Non disponibile
- Valore Efficienza Energetica: 0.00
- Stanze da letto: 4
- Bagni: 1
- Stanze: 6
Subject of this sale is a medieval complex. The unit named Kamering Castle is Paternion, in district of Villach (Austria), at Kamering. The complex is located in the Drava river valley in the heart of Carinthia. The Kamering Castle is a late medieval times and has been recognized as the home of "Lord-Regent" in the sixteenth century was a vassal of the Emperor Frederick II, then became successively inn and important crossroads of trade and cultural exchanges for the entire valley. The complex is enclosed inside a wooden fence that guards the courtyard which is overlooked by the main house, an accessory building former stable and barn, and a second building connecting accessory. The property includes a blessed chapel and the Hall of the Council equipped for small business meetings and receptions, can accommodate up to 80 people seated. In the garden, they place a well, a bathroom and overlook it access to facilities.The castle consists stands on five levels including a basement and one attic. The roof has a solid wooden frame, plank fir, insulation, wooden battens and roof shingles larch. The house is heated with natural gas, with floor heating or wall, including the church. The entrance to the main building is the ancient portal, from which in the past could access the wagons and carriages, and which now leads to the kitchen in a traditional Carinthian style, the secret carved and set in the rock and upstairs. The charming rooms are on the first floor and the Count's Room and the Chamber of Princess. The first is a striking expression of the mystery and austerity of the Middle Ages: the walls blackened by smoke and signs of aging are the contours of the ancient desk, lit only by the dim lights of candles. The Chamber of Princess, also protected by the Superintendency of Fine Arts, has suffered in recent centuries of eighteenth-century type influences; In fact, the medieval style is partly obscured by the plastering of the walls, the stucco on the ceiling and the typical colors of the eighteenth century, perfectly paired with curtains, fabrics and carpets that currently soften the austerity typical of the Middle Ages.The properties are in good state of preservation and maintenance. Some furniture and furniture kept inside the premises are included in this sale.