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Trakehner stud farm – Gut Staffelde

The manor house

The manor house with its spacious rooms extends over several floors and is currently divided into 6 residential units, some of which can be reconnected.

The entrance area with a separate anteroom leads to a small hall with a fireplace, from where you can reach the kitchen, the salon with a fireplace room and the side wing.

The main apartment with approx. 400 sqm is divided on the first floor into salon with fireplace room as well as access to the modern eat-in kitchen with underfloor heating in the dining area and office. The living area impresses with a stucco ceiling and the large fireplace, which provides a cozy atmosphere. The winter garden adjoins and offers a magnificent view of the historic garden and the plane tree avenue.

The wooden and ornate staircase to the upper floor is located to the left of the entrance area in the reception hall. This leads to a spacious anteroom, which in former times and also currently is used as a study/library. On the upper floor, in addition to the master bedroom with bathroom and dressing area, there is also the separate area for children or guests with 3 additional rooms as well as bathroom and guest toilets. The individual areas can be opened as a circular walkway and connected with each other.

A balcony extends over the area of the winter garden on the upper floor. Another balcony above the front vestibule also opens a beautiful view over the garden landscape and the stud farm.

The manor also includes two separate residential units in the side wing, each with 150 square meters of living space, each with new bathrooms and kitchens and accessible via a separate entrance.
The first floor apartment includes the former dining room with its 90 sqm. The connection to the fireplace room can be made again without further ado. The opening and connection of the private rooms is also possible on the upper floor.

With a separate access are also two other granny apartments with bathroom and kitchen of 70 sqm each accessible.
On the 2nd floor there is another residential unit of about 130 sqm consisting of 3 rooms with kitchen and bathroom.

The entire manor house was renovated in the years 2013 to 2020 in accordance with the preservation order:

– Roofing with rain gutter downpipes
– lightning protection system
– tower clock
– thermal insulation in the attic
– reworked windows with milled seals
– completely new electrical system
– completely new water pipes
– completely new gas heating
– automatic exterior lighting
– new bathrooms
– electric floor heating in the bathrooms and in the dining area of the kitchen
– alarm system
– cellar insulation and ring drainage
– partly new cellar windows and shafts with grids
– developed utility room in the cellar

The stud

Currently the stud is used by a leading and internationally recognized Trakehner breeding with stallion keeping, EU insemination station, training horses up to heavy classes, broodmares and their award-winning offspring. It is therefore evident that the stud offers an extensive and extremely high-quality infrastructure for horse keeping, training and breeding.

Historic stable

– listed stable consisting of 2 stable parts
– 8 Röwer&Rüb boxes each with 12 sqm as well as outside windows and windows to the stable alley
– Rubber screed in the boxes
– Heated watering system with circulation pump
– 2 tack rooms
– wash box
– Grooming area with solarium
– Storage in the attic area with outside access
– Completely renovated and refurbished, historic tiles are preserved

Stallion Stable

– newly built
– 6 boxes from Röwer&Rüb with 16 sqm each with outside windows and window to the stable alley
– washing area
– feed storage area
– Heated watering system with circulation pump


– Laboratory of the EU insemination station
– Jumping room with phantom, rubber plate covering and tiled walls
– Barn with hay and straw storage area
– Storage area under the roof
– Staff lounge with kitchen and shower/WC
– Own driveway
– Roofing and electrics new

Shed – newly built

– 2 quarantine boxes
– 4 playpen boxes, which can also be used as garages
– Heated watering system with circulation pump

Manure lay – newly built

– Approved manure pile with collision protection, not roofed over
– Infiltration free concrete
– Slurry collection tank

Indoor riding arena

– 54 x 22 m, can be extended to 60 m if necessary and after approval, also a grandstand extension is possible
– Automatic riding hall floor irrigation
– Sandwich thermal roof with ridge ventilation
– Short side completely mirrored
– Riding hall floor green sand

GDR stables

– Actual 20 boxes
– tack room
– washing area
– Heated watering system with circulation pump
– Electrical and piping system new
– Demolition and new building possible

Lunging hall with horse walker from Kraft

– Rollable partition walls
– Rubber floor

Outdoor arena with automatic watering system

– dimensions 24×65 m
– 6 large paddocks
– additional 2 large winter runs

The plant

The restored wall surrounds part of the prestigious estate, providing screening and privacy.

The historic garden with its avenue of plane trees and pond offers protection to rare bird species, as does the old stock of trees on the extensive estate. This natural idyll connects the stud’s facilities via numerous paths.

From the 2.5 hectare own forest strip, a direct path leads to the 25 hectare grassland and into the riding area. The paddocks are located inside and outside the natural gallop track, which is close to the manor house and can also be reached via the sycamore avenue.

You can get to the manor via 3 access roads. There is also a separate access road for the fire department and a well for fire extinguishing.

Further buildings

– Manor administrator’s house with approx. 440 sqm development reserve, depreciation monument protection
– Separate acquisition of a neighboring residential building with approx. 360 sqm.

On the estate in Staffelde everything is possible for horse keeping, both the exquisite and elite private sport horse keeping with optimal training possibilities as well as the possibility of a professional horse breeding farm in its current use with up to 50 horses.

In the picturesque surroundings and directly on the German Alleenstraße in the southwest of the Oberhavel district is the Staffelde estate with its manor house and extensive grounds. Surrounded by natural beauty and historic charm, the estate offers an ideal combination of tranquility and accessibility.

A nearby highlight is Ziethen Castle, which is used as a hotel and offers a glimpse into regional history and culture. Here you can experience the splendor of times past and enjoy the atmosphere of the historical heritage while visiting a restaurant.

In the immediate vicinity there are several opportunities for hunting or even golfing.

In the village you can find everything necessary for daily needs. Kindergartens and elementary schools are located in Kremmen and renowned public and private high schools in Neuruppin and Berlin also international schools in Nauen or in Berlin are very good and quickly accessible.

In any case, the Staffelde estate benefits from favorable transport links, as it is connected to state roads and is close to the federal highway 24. It takes only 15 minutes to drive to the Berlin city limits. For trips to the lively center of Berlin-Mitte, you need only 40 minutes of driving time.
Here you can expect an abundance of cultural events, first-class restaurants, shopping opportunities and a vibrant city life.

In summary, the location of this prestigious country estate in Staffelde offers a unique combination of natural beauty, historical heritage and convenient transport links. It is the perfect place for those seeking a harmonious combination of rural charm and urban accessibility.


The Staffelde estate was first mentioned in 1358 and thus looks back on a long history. Originally, there was a manor on the site, which was the seat of the von Bredows zu Staffelde and Kremmen from the 14th to the 17th century.
Over the centuries, the estate changed hands several times, including the Counts of Redern and the Wilkens family.

The elongated, eleven-axle main wing of the manor house dates back to the 18th century, the extension by a side wing with a tower and the reconstruction took place around 1900. At the beginning of the 19th century, the horse stable was also built.

In 1935 the Irish trotter Charly Mills bought manor house stable and park and started breeding and training his trotters. He built a trotting stud farm there with a breeding station, an indoor riding arena and a trotting track where he trained his horses. Although the 17-time trotting champion left the Staffelde estate for Paris in 1947, the newly built indoor riding arena still stands on the same site and continues to be used.

The manor house, the historic stables, the riding arena and the landscaped park are an important testimony to the culture and history of the Mark Brandenburg and have retained their charm even after extensive renovation, without sacrificing the possibilities of contemporary use.

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