the editor house

presumably built in 1802
used privately today

In 1830, the house is purchased by Carl Gottlob Waentig senior. son of the founder of the Christian David Waentig family company.

1860 – 1880: used as residential house by Carl Gottlob Waentig junior

1876: King Albert of Saxony visits the house and inspects the loom(s).

2008: Saved from dilapidation – The half timbered house has a very rarely „Krüppelwalmmansard“-roof as well as a unique front design with a roughcast framework.


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