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Manor House Puchow

Puchow estate was owned by the von Maltzan family from 1878 to 1905, the previous owners were the von der Lancken family.

In 1908, the estate was acquired by Dr. Adolf von Buenger. Between 1905 and 1914, he had demolished almost the entire village in order to rebuild the manor house, estate, and the village. The manor house is a two-storey plastered building with a columned porch and altar erected on a rubblestone foundation. The entrance hall with the original wood paneling stretches over two floors, with a wide staircase leading into a gallery.

Between 1945 and 1990, the manor house was used as a training center by the Neubrandenburg Cultural Academy, after which it remained empty for many years. The manor house is now a private property.

Next to the stately house is a small park, the center of which forms a meadow.

The entire estate with the inspector's house, stables, and barns is a real allure but gradually going to ruin.

Structure of ownership prior to 1945:


von der Lancken


von Berg


Hermann von Voß


Wilhelm Mecklenburg


Ulrich von Maltzan (Wartenberg, Penzlin)


Dr. Adolf von Buenger (Riga)
1938: Erich von Buenger (Gevezin)