Since 2016, the renovation of the castle complex Ivenack in Mecklenburg Vorpommern is being advised by us.
Manor estate in a scenic area of Courland with park and outbuildings.
This Latvian dream castle perched on the banks of the River Gauja in the National Park. The offer includes a complete estate ensemble consisting of 9 buildings with a total of 8300 sqm usable area.
Blücherhof is one of the few fully preserved manors in Mecklenburg and is particularly well suited for tourist use.
The former mansion is a local cultural monument and was built in 1886 in neo-gothic style. In front of the manor house stands a mighty, lumbering linden, which is the largest linden in the Baltic States.
The manor is slightly elevated in the hilly landscape and gives both east and west a wonderful view of the surrounding landscape. Romantics can enjoy fantastic sunrises and sunsets.
This manor estate lies picturesque on the banks of the Suda River. The renovation of the manor house has begun.
Over the centuries astonishing architectural ensembles have sprung up on the great Baltic estates. Despite destruction during the Soviet era, many houses have been preserved as monuments of their time.
If you travel to Berlin from the west, you will see a clear change in the landscape after crossing the river Elbe. Marked by thousands of country castles and manor estates, a cultural landscape has developed, that is unique in Europe.
The city of Mirow is the heart of the Mecklenburg Kleinseenplatte. South of the castle island, surrounded on two sides by the water, is the complex of the “Lower Castle”. The castle was built in 1735 and served as the residence of the non-governing Duke Karl of Mecklenburg. Here was born the later English Queen Charlotte.