the parent building of the Lieske & Häbler company

built around 1738,
used privately today

well preserved, fully restored half timbered house in beam construction, with an access balcony on its backside

One characteristic feature of the regionally typical half timbered construction method is the log cabin with a tying round supporting structure for the second floor. With a very balanced room air condition, it provides ideal conditions for house weaving.


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