House of allotment gardeners

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House of allotment gardeners

The house of allotment gardeners is a listed building in the city of Quedlinburg in Saxony-Anhalt . The office of the district association of allotment gardeners is located in the building


It is located in the historic Neustadt Quedlinburg at Pölkenstrasse 49 and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site . The building is registered in the Quedlinburg monument register as a residential building. Directly to the north is the also listed building at Kaiserstraße 41 .

Architecture and history

The three-storey half - timbered house was built in 1702. On the threshold of the first floor there is an inscription that mentions Margaretha Müller as the client. The initials LZM are given for the builder . In the 19th century, the first two-story building was extended. The ground floor was renewed at the beginning of the 20th century.

Today (as of 2013) there is the distinctive lettering "Haus der Kleingärtner" on the basement .


  • 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 , p. 208.

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 , p. 72; The initials LM are mentioned in the monument register.

Coordinates: 51 ° 47 ′ 16.6 ″  N , 11 ° 8 ′ 50.5 ″  E