Manor Houses & Castles

Gutshaus Neuensund (Neuensund Hall)

The old salt and herring road runs through the historic estate.

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Schloss Bröllin (Bröllin Castle)

It’s one of the only estates in the region that is fully preserved.

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Gutshof Wilsickow (Wilsickow Hall)

The history of those v. Holtzendorff

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Herrenhaus und Barockgarten Heinrichsruh (Heinrichsruh House and Gardens)

In 1997, the estate was acquired by the Denkmalpflege e.V. (monument conservation association).

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Klein Luckow

Klein Luckow is embedded in a picturesque terminal moraine landscape at the outermost tip of the Uckermark.

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Gutshaus Blumenhagen (Blumenhagen Hall)

The list of protected monuments in the village is long.

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Gutshaus Groß Miltzow (Groß Miltzow Hall)

The entire estate spans 4 hectares.

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Gutshaus Leppin (Leppin Hall)

The village lives up to its name to this day – Lepa, the beautiful.

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Gutshaus Wietstock (Wietstock Hall)

Positive news from the manor house in the quaint, well-kept village.

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Gutshaus Brohm (Brohm Hall)

The manor house was built in 1713 as a single-storey building with a half hipped roof.

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Gutshaus Güterberg (Güterberg Hall)

The central point of the village is the castle-like manor house.

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Gutshaus Liepen (Liepen Hall)

Today, the classical art house serves as a holiday home.

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Gutshaus Lindow (Lindow Hall)

The manor house once belonged to the Wolgast family and is now threatened with collapse.

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Schloss Zinzow (Zinzow Castle)

You can spend the night and celebrate in the well-preserved castle.

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Gutshaus Cantnitz (Cantnitz House)

From the former entrance gate once gets the first view of the house.

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Gutshaus Heinrichswalde (Heinrichswalde Hall)

The property is now privately owned and is being lovingly restored as a home.

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Gutshaus Lübbenow (Lübbenow Hall)

The grounds border a small lake in the east, unfortunately there is hardly anything left of the landscape garden.

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Festung Spantekow (Spantekow Castle)

The fortress was laid out as an irregular square and is completely surrounded by a water-filled moat.

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Herrenhaus Charlottenhof (Charlottenhof House)

The nameless outlying estate was named after Charlotte von Oertzen in 1826 and belongs to the municipality of Schönbeck.

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Gutshaus Helpt (Helpt Hall)

The estate with the terrain of the former castle is used diversly.

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Gutshaus Lübbersdorf (Lübbersdorf Hall)

Over the centuries, the hall has seen many changes and extension.

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Gutshaus Cölpin (Cölpin Hall)

The 8 hectare spanning park around the estate was designed by renowned Prussian garden artist Lenné.

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Gutshaus Hildebrandshagen (Hildebrandshagen Hall)

Since the settlement beginning in the early 1930's Hildebrandshagen Hall serves as a residential purpose.

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Wasserburg Müggenburg (Water Castle Müggenburg)

Experience a piece of unspoilt nature and rich history not far from the Brohmer Hills.

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Park Hotel Schloss Rattey

Live and enjoy like a lord of the castle - if this wish lies dormant unfulfilled, then you shouldn't hesitate any longer.

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Guthaus Dishley bei Friedland (Dishley House near Friedland)

In 1817 it came into the possession of the Baron Langermann and Erlenkamp.

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Gutshaus Hornshagen (Hornshagen Hall)

From 1816, the estate was extended with stately buildings, the Hall was established and joined by a smithy and extensive stables.

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Gutshaus Eichhorst (Eichhorst Hall)

With its loss of cultural value and historical significance, Eichhorst appears in the Land Reform Black Book.

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Gutshaus Jagow (Jagow Hall)

The former farm stores, built from quarry stone, are a ray of light compared to the ruins.

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Herrenhäuser Putzar (Putzar double-mansion)

After 1840 the park was redesigned by Maximilian von Schwerin-Putzar.

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Gutshaus Ferdinandshof (Ferdinandshof Hall)

Extensive renovations started in 2002 and were finished in 2014, commissioned by the parish.

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Gutshaus Ramelow (Ramelow Hall)

The last inhabitants moved out years ago, now the house stands empty and slowly falls apart.

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Guthaus Klockow (Klockow Hall)

The last owner, Erich Sassen, had to give up the property.

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Gutshaus Rehberg (Rehberg Hall)

The hall is located in the middle of the “Angerdorf” (a village surrounding a village green).

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Gutshaus Galenbeck (Galenbeck Hall)

The castle in Galenbeck was first mentioned in 1277.

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Gutshaus Sadelkow (Sadelkow House)

Until 1722 the estate was in the hands of the von Gentzkow family.

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Gut Alt Käbelich (Old Käbelich Hall)

The manor seems somehow lost and it probably is ...

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Gutshaus Gehren (Gehren Hall)

The manor house reminds of the former splendour and size of the estate.

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Gutshaus Kreckow (Kreckow Hall)

A permanent exhibition of works of Ulrike Rösner and Simon Schade can be visited in the hall

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Gutshaus Salow (Salow Hall)

The older part of the Salow manor house was built in the second quarter of the 18th century.

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Gut Neu Käbelich (New Käbelich Hall)

The manor house, built in 1908 is of a younger date than most neighbouring estates.

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Gutshaus Genzkow (Genzkow Hall)

An oval yard bordering the 660 metres long village green bends around the manor garden in an S-shape.

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Gutshaus Krumbeck (Krumbeck Hall)

The idyllic manor house is located between meadows and forests near the picturesque Lenné Park.

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Herrenhaus (Schloss) Schmuggerow (Schmuggerow House)

The redesign of the estate park began at the same time as the building.

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Gutshaus (Herrenhaus) Cosa (Cosa Hall)

Cosa was originally a house made of many farm houses which was subordinated to the Brohm Hall.

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Gutshaus Glantzhof (Glantzhof Hall)

Today, three families call the plastered single-storey building with a crooked hip roof their home.

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Gutshaus Kublank (Kublank Hall)

The street village of Kublank was first mentioned in 1298.

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Gutshaus Schönhausen (Schönhausen Hall)

Today, one can take a little walk around the tower hill with a direct view of the lake.

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Gutshaus Altwigshagen (Altwigshagen Hall)

What two world wars and the cold war could not destroy, slowly fell to decay over the last three decades

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Gutshaus Glocksin (Glocksin Hall)

Opposite the small church, a two minute walk from the house, lies an idyllic lake suitable for swimming.

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Gut Kutzerow (Kutzerow Hall)

The knight’s estate of Kremzow Hall was first established in the 14th century by the descendants of the house of Cremzow.

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Gutshaus Stretense (Stretense Hall)

Stretense was first mentioned in 1243 as “Tristensa”.

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Gutshaus Ballin (Ballin Hall)

Of special note: features a baroque octagonal closed lantern crowning the roof and a two-storey six-axis porch.

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Gutshaus (Herrenhaus) Groß Luckow (Luckow Hall)

The well-tended manor is at the head of a newly planted avenue that had been lost during the GDR era.

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Guthaus Lemmersdorf (Lemmersdorf Hall)

Between 1840 and 1945, the estate was owned by the Count of Schwerin-Wolfshagen.

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Gutshaus Vorheide (Vorheide Hall)

The manor house, built in the middle of the 18th century in solid clinker construction with a half-hipped roof, is now left to decay.

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