Michael Schumacher finally sells his Trysil House Hills at
Norwegian for $ 2.9 Million (Source: Yellowstoneart.blogspot.com)
All its charming and woodwork make it look more than a ski lodge.
A house which placing by perfectly at Trysil, north of Oslo in Norway have design on the 6,940-square-feet and Michael Schumacher landed her name as the owner.
The ski chalet was originally be habited since 1990s for the family holiday, but today as Telegraph.co.uk report, the property recently put on market list for £ 2 Million.
It featured a cabin, a spa and garage for 7 vehicles, however the mountain residence must be sold to build a hospital near their home at Swizerland.
"We need a long time," Schumacher's manager, Sabine Kehm told to Mirror.co.uk, following a hard injury with his brain after the ski incident in December 2013 at Meribel, France.
As the statement news by Dailymail.co.uk, the greatest of formula one driver had two brain operation at a hospital in Greenoble and he leaning heavily on his faith for 6 months in coma.
Of course the family is still so traumatized by accident that after shaping up, they decided to ship out the Trysil Hills and Thelocal.no said: "Michael Schumacher has been sold for close to 22 million Norwegian kroner. ($2.9m)."
There's only 1 thing 2 do, 3 words for 4, We wish Michael get a speedy recovery. . . . . . . . . . . . .We can not wait to see you in the formula one track again!!!