The listed castle Holenwisch was built between 1914 and 1918. Originally built as the mansion of the Senate President von Lütcken, the castle had different uses over the decades, including as a children's home and as a residential facility for people with mental disabilities. The living space over three floors is approx. 1,140 m². A partial basement with the supply facilities has a size of approx. 170 m². The very spacious property (approx. 10,259 m²) was laid out like a park. The centrally located historical staircase opens up the wings of the building. A generous fireplace in the entrance hall illustrates the representative character of the living at that time. There are further entrances on the ground floor via the front sides. Over the years, maintenance measures have been carried out on an ongoing basis (oil central heating, wooden lattice windows built according to monument protection regulations as well as fire protection retrofits). Various sanitary facilities and kitchens on the different floors allow future use for residential communities of different types.Ideally, the original, very generous living space for a whole family (multi-generational living) would also be possible. Further re-use options in the form of care facilities or as a "boutique hotel" could be examined.
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Number of rooms in total: 26
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Other furnishing / appointments: Cellar / Basement