Hannoversche Strasse 64
Hannoversche Straße 64 in Seelze is the address of a villa built around the beginning of the 20th century on a park-like property. The two-story, listed building is decorated with numerous decorative elements that are borrowed from different styles. A squat-looking tower crowns the building, which is now a listed building.
The villa built on the Bredenbeeke was initially named after one of the two partners and namesake of the first industrial chemical company in Seelze, the chemical factory Mercklin & Lösekann . The Villa Lösekann as the residence of the manufacturer was later named after the subsequent owners as Villa Oesterheld and Villa Bleinroth .
- Photographs and description in a sales offer on mapio.net
- Gerd Weiß , Walter Wulf (Red.), Henner Hannig (Ed.): Monument topography Federal Republic of Germany , architectural monuments in Lower Saxony , Volume 13.1: District of Hanover , ed. by Hans-Herbert Möller , Lower Saxony State Administration Office - Institute for Monument Preservation , Braunschweig; Wiesbaden: Friedr. Vieweg & Sohn Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, 1988, ISBN 978-3-528-06207-1 and 3-528-06207-X, pp. 46f., 261, 308
- Karl-Heinz Pfeiffer: Chemical industry in Seelze , in: 100 years of the Seelze chemical site . "The industrialization of a village" (= contributions to the history of Seelz ), ed. from the Museumsverein für die Stadt Seelze eV, Seelze: Museumsverein, 2002, pp. 13–20; here: p. 15; as a PDF document from heimatmuseum-seelze.de