Castle for Sale

Press Coverage

  • Medium Aevum

    Known as “Chateau d'Arcine,” the castle was built early in the 11th century and identified initially as the “Château de Rumilly-sous-Cornillon” because ...

  • Washington Post - www.washingtonpost.com

    Whether playing prince and princess was your favorite childhood game or your most treasured memories of your European travels include visits to famous castles, a rare opportunity exists to own an 11th-century castle in France. Known as “Chateau d’Arcine,” the castle was built early in the 11th century and identified initially as the “Château de Rumilly-sous-Cornillon”

  • Medievalists.net

    The Chateau d’Arcine is a private family estate located in Saint-Pierre-en-Faucigny in southeastern France, just a few kilometres from the Swiss city of Geneva. The castle was built high above town and offers an outstanding view on the mountains and the valley, and sits on a property that covers an area of 5ha 42 (13.4 acres).