Schlosspark Hubertushöhe (manour house and park)

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Here one is not at the restless height of the times, but in the good hands of art-loving "lords of the castle" who want to develop Hubertushöhe into a true cultural place to establish freedom of the spirit and a symbiosis of art and nature. On the shores of the shining Storkow Lake, the water merges with the idyllic park, which encloses the castle lying in it on an area of about five hectares like a protective cloak. The magnificent ensemble with castle and terrace, coachman's house, lakeside residence, fishermen's cottage with snack bar and beer garden, and harbor with boathouses was acquired by two industrialists in 2012 to turn its previous use as a luxury hotel into a place for everyone interested in art, culture and literature.
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  • Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Angelika Laslo, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Angelika Laslo, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Angelika Laslo, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Herbst im Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Angelika Laslo, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Angelika Laslo, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Angelika Laslo, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Winter im Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Angelika Laslo, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Schloss Hubertushöhe, Foto: Angelika Laslo, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
The former hunting lodge from the Wilhelminian period was built in just eleven months around 1900 by the privy councillor of commerce Georg Büxenstein and the Berlin architects Georg Roensch and Max Jacob. Büxenstein was a Berlin print shop owner, publisher and court letterpress printer whose business included printing many banknotes for the Reichsbank at the time. It is considered to be an architectural landmark, which became a building and cultural monument of supra-regional importance due to its handcrafted interior decoration. The tobacco manufacturer Reemtsma, who had acquired the castle from the previous owner, left it to the former Wehrmacht as a military hospital after the beginning of the war. Like many objects of this kind, it was confiscated by the Red Army at the end of the war. In GDR times, the castle was used as an engineering school for inland fishing. The new plans for use of the site promise the creation of an art and literature park. An expansion to 13 hectares will create more space for sculptures, audio and panels with aphorisms, quotes and excerpts from stage plays. Visitors are encouraged to engage with art and literature. A walk through the spacious park with its large tree population and works of art, as well as the view over the Great Storkow Lake, creates a truly relaxing atmosphere.

The newly planned exhibition hall also aims to host exhibitions of contemporary paintings and sculpture plus performances of plays, cabaret and poetry readings. In addition, the hunting lodge is available as a location for events and weddings.

Year of construction: 1900
How to get there: Car: A12 to Storkow exit, continue on L23 to Storkow; train: RB36 to Hubertushöhe
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Here one is not at the restless height of the times, but in the good hands of art-loving "lords of the castle" who want to develop Hubertushöhe into a true cultural place to establish freedom of the spirit and a symbiosis of art and nature. On the shores of the shining Storkow Lake, the water merges with the idyllic park, which encloses the castle lying in it on an area of about five hectares like a protective cloak. The magnificent ensemble with castle and terrace, coachman's house, lakeside residence, fishermen's cottage with snack bar and beer garden, and harbor with boathouses was acquired by two industrialists in 2012 to turn its previous use as a luxury hotel into a place for everyone interested in art, culture and literature.
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  • Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Angelika Laslo, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Angelika Laslo, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Angelika Laslo, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Herbst im Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Angelika Laslo, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Angelika Laslo, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Angelika Laslo, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Winter im Schlosspark Hubertushöhe, Foto: Angelika Laslo, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
The former hunting lodge from the Wilhelminian period was built in just eleven months around 1900 by the privy councillor of commerce Georg Büxenstein and the Berlin architects Georg Roensch and Max Jacob. Büxenstein was a Berlin print shop owner, publisher and court letterpress printer whose business included printing many banknotes for the Reichsbank at the time. It is considered to be an architectural landmark, which became a building and cultural monument of supra-regional importance due to its handcrafted interior decoration. The tobacco manufacturer Reemtsma, who had acquired the castle from the previous owner, left it to the former Wehrmacht as a military hospital after the beginning of the war. Like many objects of this kind, it was confiscated by the Red Army at the end of the war. In GDR times, the castle was used as an engineering school for inland fishing. The new plans for use of the site promise the creation of an art and literature park. An expansion to 13 hectares will create more space for sculptures, audio and panels with aphorisms, quotes and excerpts from stage plays. Visitors are encouraged to engage with art and literature. A walk through the spacious park with its large tree population and works of art, as well as the view over the Great Storkow Lake, creates a truly relaxing atmosphere.

The newly planned exhibition hall also aims to host exhibitions of contemporary paintings and sculpture plus performances of plays, cabaret and poetry readings. In addition, the hunting lodge is available as a location for events and weddings.

Year of construction: 1900
How to get there: Car: A12 to Storkow exit, continue on L23 to Storkow; train: RB36 to Hubertushöhe
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