City of Grimmen
|Postal code :||18507|
|Area code :||038326|
Grellenberg is located west of the city center. To the north, the Trebel flows past the district in a west-east direction. To the south-east is the further district of Hohenwieden , to the south-west of the Bassin district of the Wendisch Baggendorf community .
Grellenberg was first mentioned in a document in 1307 and was owned by the von der Lancken family . In the 15th century it was the fief of the Claus Metzkow and fell to his death at the Pomeranian Duke back. In 1483, Duke Bogislaw X enfeoffed his Vogt Claus Schwerin, against payment of 250 Rhenish guilders , with the farm and village of Grellenberg, Bassin, Jessin, Borgstede as well as Bakevisse and Lugendorp. Claus Schwerin founded the Grellenberg line of those von Schwerin . In 1487 the fiefdom was expanded to include his brothers and cousins. In 1711 Grellenberg came to Joachim Heinrich from the Stolper line of the von Schwerin family. His son Erdmann Friedrich von Schwerin sold Grellenberg and Leyerhof in 1741 to his brother-in-law Joachim Dietrich von Schmalensee. In the following decades the owners changed comparatively often: from 1802 it was the Vahl family , then the von Bilow family , from 1852 the Hecht family, who passed it on to a Julius Peters at the beginning of the 19th century. From 1907 Grellenberg passed from him to the Holsten family.
She had a manor house built in 1930 . It was a two-story , eight-axis plastered building with a hipped roof . The Holsten family was expropriated after the end of the Second World War . It is known from 1975 that nine apartments and a sales point were set up there. The building is said to have already been in need of renovation. It was a listed building until 2012 and is only a ruin in the 21st century, the park has run wild.
Economy, transport and infrastructure
The largest employer in the village is a poultry farm. There is also a horse farm. The place is connected to the city center of Grimmen via Grellenberger Straße , which runs to the east. There, around four kilometers away, is the closest railway connection, Grimmen station . It can be reached via bus line 317 of the local public transport system. To the south, the Grellenberg expansion road connects to Landstrasse 19.
- Ludwig Gollmert, Leonhard Graf von Schwerin: History of the von Schwerin. Part 2: Biographical news about the gender of Schwerin. Wilhelm Gronau, Berlin 1878, p. 58 ( Google Books ).
- Ludwig Gollmert, Leonhard Graf von Schwerin: History of the von Schwerin. Part 2: Biographical news about the gender of Schwerin. Wilhelm Gronau, Berlin 1878, p. 42f ( Google Books ).
- Grellenberg , website of Andreas Hein, accessed on June 28, 2020.
- Gutshaus Grellenberg , website of QM3 UG, accessed on June 28, 2020.