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Brandmühle

Brandmühle

In the midst of vast fields and orchards, the Brandmühle bridges the gap between past and present under its historic capped ceilings. Once a horse stable, today a holiday haven with a yoga room and swimming pond.

If you want to escape the gallop of everyday life, an hour’s drive from Berlin you will find gentle wilderness and tranquil expanses in the Uckermark end moraine landscape. Close to the small village of Seehausen, nestled between rolling fields, lakes and small beech forests, lies the Brandmühle, a former horse stable in a secluded location, which was completely gutted and transformed into an atmospheric holiday home by architect Ferdinand von Hohenzollern.
From the outside, the red brick building with its numerous entrances and windows is still reminiscent of its original function. Inside, bright, spacious rooms open up beneath the curved, capped ceilings supported by steel beams. There is plenty of space for up to eight guests. In addition to the large living room with a brick fireplace for long evenings, a lounge-like, wrap-around fireplace bench that invites you to read or take a nap, as well as an open-plan kitchen with a bar, there are four double bedrooms with views over the countryside. One of the bedrooms has its own bath and the second has its own shower room. Both bathrooms – as well as all the floors -are levelled with jointless lime plaster. In addition to flowing fixtures in a light grey, the minimalist furnishings are made of rattan or wood. In between, selected details set colourful accents that refer to the rust-red building shell or the entrance doors in mint grey and tie in with the history of the house.
The yoga and meditation room opens up to nature with large, floor-to-ceiling window doors. On warm days, the large wooden veranda becomes an outdoor living room with an open-air cinema – from the sunset to the passing deer. With its own swimming pond, the property is part of the chain of lakes between Ober- and Unteruckersee and not only enjoys an unobstructed view in all directions, but also the opportunity for an exclusive plunge.

Images: Tobias König and Michael Romstöck

What to do

Swimming in the pond right on the doorstep, walking, hiking and jogging, cycling tours (e.g. on the Berlin-Usedom long-distance cycle path, which leads from the Große Lanke via Warnitz and Quast along the Oberuckersee to Seehausen), playing tennis, horse riding, sailing, kiting, canoeing, kayaking, rowing boat or motorboat trips on the Oberruckersee and Unterruckersee (boat hire in Prenzlau and Warnitz), stand-up paddling on the Waldsee, fishing, excursions to the surrounding national parks or to Prenzlau, there is a nice restaurant in the nearby village of Seehausen.

Why we like this house

Once home to horses, today the Brandmühle in the Uckermark is a hideaway that seems to float weightlessly between the ages.

This house is great for

Families and groups of friends

Sustainability

Public transport: own bus stop at the entrance to the property, the train station in Seehausen is 5 minutes away by car and 15 minutes on foot


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Details

Region DE – Germany, Brandenburg, Uckermark, Seehausen
Name Brandmühle
Scenery In a secluded location in the middle of wide fields and orchards
Number of guests Max. 8 in 4 double-rooms
Completed 2023
Design Hohenzollern Architekten, Berlin; Garden design: Rainer Elstermann, Berlin
Specials The converted attic can be rented on request for special events.
Architecture Old & new
Accomodation House
Criteria 1-8 (house/apartment), Family, Garden, Hiking, Lake/river, Loft, No car needed
Same ArchitectsGutshaus Friedenfelde, Sankt Unterholz, Gutshof Fredenwalde, Gut Fergitz am See
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