Romania Sotheby’s International Realty Strengthens its Position on the Historical, Artistic and Luxury Real Estate Market
On a national level, Romania Sotheby’s International Realty has consolidated its position on the market of historical, artistic and luxury properties in Romania, continuing to promote the country’s historical and contemporary heritage. With a dedicated team and extensive experience in the sale of outstanding properties, the company has succeeded in satisfying the most demanding requirements of its clients.
Romania Sotheby’s International Realty is also proud to have sold historic properties that belonged to important personalities in Romanian history. These include the property of Constantin I. Nottara, or the exceptional apartment on Zambaccian Museum Street, where Sergiu Nicolaescu lived. These properties are remarkable not only because of their history, but also because of their impressive architecture and exquisite details.
Le Petit Chateau is one of the most outstanding properties sold last year, with an impressive list price for a residential property outside Bucharest of over €1 million. Located in the forests of Transylvania, it has attracted the attention of buyers with its unique castle-like appearance while incorporating the amenities of a contemporary building adapted to modern living and harmoniously blending modern elements with local tradition in a spectacular natural setting.
Romania Sotheby’s International Realty also sold a number of outstanding holiday homes offering breathtaking panoramic views and luxury amenities, such as the House Above the Clouds – a unique property located at an impressive altitude with a 360-degree view of the Poienii Mărului plateau, Smart Villa with Indoor Pool in Breaza – one of the highest priced properties in this real estate segment, Ozunca-Băi Holiday Home – an impressive residence in the middle of nature and Vacation House on Dobârlăului Valley – a property offering a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Sinaia has remained a top favourite for those who wish to own a holiday home, and properties sold here include Villa Ghica, the historic charming villa in Sinaia and a duplex in a historic villa.
Romania Sotheby’s International Realty has attracted the attention of buyers with outstanding urban properties such as the Columns House in Ploiesti, a historic building that harmoniously combines classical and contemporary elements, and the Trading House in Smârdan Street, a unique property with an impressive history.
The transaction of the Cerkez Palace near Victoriei Square also reflects the promotional and buyer identification power of Romania Sotheby’s International Realty. In a period of less than 4 months from the start of the promotional activities, the transaction had been signed and the building will enter a process of rehabilitation and implementation of a special residential concept.
In addition to historical, luxury and artistic properties, the company has also been successful in selling commercial spaces in Bucharest that have attracted the attention of investors due to their location and potential to generate income.
“We are very pleased that a company that started with a beautiful intention to promote Romania’s special real estate heritage has continued to grow and generate results not only in the growth of the portfolio, the number of transactions, but also in the fact that more and more outstanding properties have the opportunity to take on new uses, to be put to good use, and that the taste of the clients is becoming more educated and their requirements more sophisticated” said Monica Barbu, CEO of Romania Sotheby’s International Realty.
The experienced and dedicated team at Romania Sotheby’s International Realty has continued to take on outstanding properties for promotion in order to identify the most suitable buyers. With a personalized approach to each property and a keen attention to detail, the company aims to provide the highest quality service to its clients.
Sotheby’s International Realty Group, a leader in the global luxury property market, has performed remarkably well globally, reporting a turnover of $167 billion in 2022 and expanding into Egypt, Kazakhstan and Serbia. Sotheby’s International Realty was also the most publicized luxury real estate brand, recording over 60,000 media appearances globally.