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.

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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

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

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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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