Having already moved to a new house, still in Switzerland (custom-built mansion), the former Ferrari-an has tried to sell his old property in Gland for a few months now. He initially purchased the house back in 1998, his third year with Ferrari, but no information was revealed on the selling price he was going after this year.
The one thing that's certain is that Schumacher did not find a proper buyer. Consequently, he turned to the rental market, and apparently already secured a deal in recent weeks. The information was disclosed by Switzerland newspaper Tribune de Geneve, who reported Schumacher will collect in excess of 19,000 euros (CHF 29,000) per month, in rent.
According to the same report issued by the aforementioned source, and cited by the GMM news agency, Schumacher's mansion “features a cinema, fitness centre, indoor pool, horse stables, separate guest house, six garages and 750 square-metre floor plan.”
Also, the house is surrounded by no less than 13,000 square meters of land, including a forest on one side and a “curtain” of trees on the other side of the house, separating it from a series of vineyards. Also, public transportation is available, as the house is positioned some 5 minutes of normal speed from the autoroute.