History

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Utecht was already around the turn of the century a farming village in the south of Lübeck. A lovely bathing resort attracted the townspeople to the Lake Ratzeburg. Large farms dominated the small village, built of red brick. This North German farmhouses all have a stable- and a living area in a building.
From the former open fires at the end of the century, large farmhouse kitchen had developed. The apartments were larger and the alcove was replaced by proper bedrooms. Our farm is burned to 1920. A new roof had to be built, the old thatched roof was replaced by a fixed roof. Also, the antenna was stable with new tiles a different look, the half-timbered walls with Lehmfachungen had taken too much damage. On the hayloft of the roof is for better storage of hay and straw were set higher, so we still get a good bar stock at high altitude (7.00m). The stables were prepared from old and new material. So the farmer and his household were able to reach the stables from the living quarters are steps have been necessary. The farm was on a mountain and the hay wagon ride should be good through the large barn, so that the hay could not be 'punted directly from the antenna to the hayloft `.
Until the founding of the GDR, the Court Lühr family served as Bauer place. They had, quite modern, already centrally mounted a heater under the living quarters in the basement and the Gestalltung the main house had already received some urban flair to the winter garden. In times of the GDR, there were different "Uses"...as an inn, Pub or as one of the typical East German food markets 'consumption'. The conservatory is many villagers still as a selling point for the evening beer known.

However, most of the time it remained a residential building, unfortunately never had the pleasure of renewal or renovation. As a logical consequence, there was 1997 the vacancy ... the worst thing can happen to a house. Instead of necessary repairs there was more damage and the ravages of time did the rest. The decline of threatened and trust due to its size and no one really to take the renovation in attack ... ...until we 2005 the former farmhouse discovered and decided after mature consideration to purchase.