Manor House (Castle) Katelbogen

From 1662 on up to 1798, with a brief interruption, the estate was in possession of the von Plessen family, followed by the von Plüskow family, and from 1856 on by the Jasmund family.




The manor house was built in 1898 for Fritz von Voss who had been owner of the estate since 1895. It is a rectangular two storey building with two towers from 1906, seven stepped gables, expanded by a winter garden, also a patio with balcony, and a wide outside staircase leading to the park. The house was erected above a foundation of rubble masonry. It features two different kinds of roofing. On the building a hipped roof and a gabled roof merge into one another.

In 1936 Fritz von Voss sold the estate.

Up to 1945 it was owned by the von Busch-Haddenhausen family. Between 1956 and 1991 an agricultural boarding college operated in the manor house. During the following years the building was twice privatised. There are now apartments in the manor house.


Structure of ownership prior 1945:

1682-1740

von Plessen

1752-1781

von Krügsheim

1786-1791

von Mecklenburg

1791-1798

von Plessen

1798-1816

von Plüskow

1816-1833

von Storch

1833-1835

Carl von Ferber

1835-1841

Carl Joachim Adolf Hinrichsen

1841-1856

captain von Arnim

1856-1894

Carl Wilhelm Christian von Jasmund

1894-1895

foreclosure sale

1895-1936

Fritz von Voss

1936-1945

von Busch-Haddenhausen


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