Artmark Historical Estate, the only Romanian real estate company specialized in promoting and trading historical and artistic properties, has launched its Spring 2019 Catalogue. The publication presents over 40 historical and contemporary properties, as well as an island in the Danube Delta. The most expensive building is a palace worth over EUR 10 million.
The Artmark Historical Estate catalogues are created as genuine art albums that reveal unknown histories about built heritage. Printed in 8,000 copies, the catalogue of the real estate division of Artmark auction house is the only publication of its kind in Romania.
The Spring 2019 Catalogue presents spectacular buildings in Romania, mostly exclusively in Artmark Historical Estate portfolio: 22 historical properties, 19 contemporary and an island in the Danube Delta, the only island for sale in Romania at the moment.
Artmark Historical Estate embarked upon a mission of saving the built cultural heritage of Romania, by reincluding the heritage properties in the private or public circuit. In March 2019, the company launched a Market Report – an analysis of the current status of the built heritage that shows Romania has about 10000 buildings (palaces, castles, manors or centuries-old villas) that need to be provided with saving solutions in order to be reincluded in the public circuit. By converting these into residential centres, offices, hotels or spaces with cultural functions, the built heritage can be saved from collapse and left testimony to the coming generations.
Through the historical buildings in the catalogue stand out Palace Știrbey in Darmanesti, Bacau (often visited and mentioned by Queen Mary of Romania in her notes), Niculescu-Dorobantu House in Bucharest (an impressive Neo-gothic palace in the heart of the Capital), manor Otetelesanu close to Bucharest, Teleki castle and Banffy manor in Transylvania, Hrisicos House (symbol of Constanta), impressive villas in Bucharest, Braila, Galati, Ploiesti, Sibiu, Sinaia and Matita Island in the Danube Delta. The contemporary section proposes exquisite private residences (luxury villas by the lake, penthouses or apartments with garden) and business opportunities: vineyard domains and touristic resorts.
The catalogue is available at the Cesianu-Racovita Palace in C. A. Rosetti Street 5, Bucharest and can be downloaded online on www.artmarkhistoricalestate.ro.