FARMHOUSE - HOUSE - BARN - APARTMENT - BERLIN AREA, GERMANY
When the owners discovered the ROTE SCHEUNE in Fergitz many years ago, with its old chestnut trees and wild garden, they knew they had found something special. Originally, the cowshed built around 1900 belonged to the Suckow estate. After the occupation, it was divided into two farmhouses with a stable and a barn. After the building had not been inhabited for almost two decades, they decided to renovate it from the ground up.
After almost four years of planning and working with Berlin architect Thomas Kröger, the owners managed to transform it into a holiday home for the family and an apartment that is rented out to guests and for shoots or events all year round.