New York, NY (PRWEB) July 19, 2012
Engel & Völkers today announced the U.S. release of "Châteaux * Castles * Mansions," a 133-page, glossy hardcover book that contains a photo collection that is also a catalog of historic, super-prime properties throughout Europe currently represented by the global real estate firm.
In recent years, the market for first-class historic real estate has developed and increased in activity. Recognizing this trend, Engel & Völkers, a worldwide leader in premium real estate services, has moved to invest resources into this segment providing specialized services for buyers and sellers. This unique property profile book is a product of its marketing efforts.
High quality photography of lush scenery and breathtaking views serve as backdrops to the historical architecture and design of Europe’s most elegant and notable structures. Detailed descriptions provide both history and narrative through the interior photography that accompanies each property page.
“This is a unique publication that features some of Europe’s most extraordinary structures in terms of architecture, design and historic significance,” says Anthony Hitt, Chief Operating Officer of Engel & Völkers USA, “The Châteaux * Castles * Mansions also exhibits the possibilities that are available through Engel & Völkers’ international network. The book has already been delivered to our most valued clients around the world and can now be requested through Engel & Völkers shops in the U.S.”
Demand for historic residences has been strong among buyers from Europe, Russia, Asia and the U.S. Manor houses and stately homes, country estates, castles as well as historic cloisters are in the highest demand in this market and interest is aimed primarily at properties in Germany, Italy, Belgium, Spain, France and Switzerland.
“Châteaux * Castles * Mansions” can be requested to view at all Engel & Völkers shops in the U.S. To view a digital version of the book, visit the following link: http://asp-gb.secure-zone.net/v2/indexPop.jsp?id=437/1630/4110&lng=en