Ballstrasse 10 (Quedlinburg)
The house Ball Road 10 is a Grade II listed building in the town of Quedlinburg in Saxony-Anhalt .
It is located in the eastern part of the historic Quedlinburger Neustadt and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site . Directly to the south is the house Ballstrasse 9 , which is also listed , and to the north is the house Ballstrasse 11 .
Architecture and history
The two-storey half - timbered house was built in 1695 by the master carpenter Martin Lange , possibly also by a master carpenter for TM Bodenstein who otherwise worked with the abbreviation LZM , according to an inscription MLZ on the threshold . In the Quedlinburg monument register it is registered as an arable citizen house. There is a gate passage in the south half of the building. The ornate wings of the gate date from around 1900.
- State Office for the Preservation of Monuments of Saxony-Anhalt (Ed.): List of monuments in Saxony-Anhalt. Volume 7: Falko Grubitzsch, with the participation of Alois Bursy, Mathias Köhler, Winfried Korf, Sabine Oszmer, Peter Seyfried and Mario Titze: Quedlinburg district. Volume 1: City of Quedlinburg. Fly head, Halle 1998, ISBN 3-910147-67-4 , page 77.
- ↑ Hans-Hartmut Schauer, Quedlinburg, specialist workshop / world cultural heritage , Verlag Bauwesen Berlin 1999, ISBN 3-345-00676-6 , page 150
Coordinates: 51 ° 47 '16.6 " N , 11 ° 9' 3.3" E