Gröpern 3 (Quedlinburg)

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House Gröpern 3

The house Gröpern 3 is a listed building in Quedlinburg in Saxony-Anhalt .


The building, registered in the Quedlinburg monument register as a farm bourgeoisie, is located north of the Quedlinburg old town on the west side of the street Gröpern . It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site .

Architecture and history

The two-storey half - timbered house consists of a southern and a northern part. The southern part, house number 3, was built in the middle of the 18th century. There is a profiled cornice plank on the facade. The compartments are provided with decorative lining.

The northern part, house number 4, has a gate passage. Both the front part and the courtyard wing were renewed in the 18th century.

A half-timbered house that was demolished around 1960 is also listed in the literature under the name Gröpern 3 . This two-storey building was built around 1580 and is five containers wide. The roof threshold and the filler wood were decorated with valleys . In addition, there were cylinder beam heads .


Individual evidence

  1. Hans-Hartmut Schauer, The urban monument Quedlinburg and its half-timbered buildings, Verlag für Bauwesen Berlin 1990, ISBN 3-345-00233-7 , page 48

Coordinates: 51 ° 47 '38.5 "  N , 11 ° 8' 44.9"  E