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Manor House Teschendorf near Rostock

Teschendorf, about 13 km east of Rostock, can be accessed via a historic cobblestone street. Starting in 1375, the estate was owned by the von Preen family who held it for more than 400 years.




From the beginning of the 19th century, its owners changed frequently. The manor house was built in 1830 and then redesigned it to its present form around 1900. The one-storey, 11-axle, Neo-Baroque plastered building is probably not the largest of its times but is all the more richly decorated. The three-axle central risalit that rises over two storeys is bound by Corinthian colossal columns; above it a high gable with a decorative vase. The design is duplicated on the two dwarf-houses, which are decorated with portrait medallions.

The manor house and the former farmhouses have been renovated extensively.


Structure of ownership pre 1945:

1375-1803

von Preen

(1781)-1803

captain Joachim Ulrich von Preen (see Bandelstorf, Wendorf, Godow)

1803-1807

Friedrich von Langen (see Godow)

1807-1819

head professionel huntsman Caspar Heinrich von Sielstorpff (see Godow)

1819-1828

Joachim Friedrich Wendt (see Godow)

1828-1856

Carl Ehrenfried Schlettwein (see Godow)

1856-1864

Brothers Schlettwein (see Godow)

1864-1878

Carl Wilhelm Heinrich Schlettwein

1878-1890

Dr. H. Junge (see Godow)

1890-1899

Gustav Adolf Kindermann (see Godow)

1899-1902

Manfred Graf von Collalto (see Godow)

1902-1911

Manfred Graf von Collalto and San Salvatore; his proxy: Syndikus Dahlmann (see Godow)

1911-1912

head bailiff Karl Dreves

1912-

Richard Titus-Livius (see Godow)

(1922-1929)

Walter Titus-Livius (siehe Godow)

(1936-1937)

Paula Titus Livius

1938-1945

Fritz Karow / 2 settlements


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