Michael Schumacher’s Norwegian Retreat Sells for $2 Million

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The Norwegian retreat of Formula One sensation Michael Schumacher has been sold for $2 million. Schumacher is currently undergoing rehabilitation for the tragic ski accident he endured while vacationing in France in December 2013.


Sources disclose that the buyer of the 6,940-square-foot home is not well-known in Norway. “We had a viewing for this person and his family at the very start of winter,” says Petter Bikrem of PRIVATmegleren, a Norwegian real estate firm. “They got a real ‘wow’ feeling when they came into the cabin.” sq. feet


Prospective buyers were not allowed to bring mobile phones or cameras into the home in order to protect the privacy of the Schumacher family.


Michael Schumacher, his wife Corinna, and their two children have owned the home—located north of Oslo—since the 1990s. The family had considered constructing a $10 million hospital room on the property before its sale.

Photo courtesy of The Daily Mail.


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