In Heilige Kreuz No. 26 stands the oldest dated half-timbered house of the Old Town.
It was built as a saddle-roofed half-timbered house with a stepped gable protruding from each floor and ornamented in Gothic style.
The house is built in its present form
In possession of the brewer Curdt Gronhagen and Dorothea Catrina
Transition to the son Andreas v. Dey, clothier and town lieutenant
KThe „von Deyen House“ is bought by Joh. Friedr. Warnecke, brewer, councillor and proctor at the chancellery and manorial court
Butcher’s shop with butchery
Large sections of the building are destroyed in a serious fire. Only the half-timbered annex, the stepped gable and parts of the half-timbered inner courtyard facade at the side remain intact
The house is purchased by Mohammed Seyed Ghaleh who completely renovates it creating large open-plan rooms. The inner courtyard is opened up to the street
Conversion into a shop selling modern furniture
Conversion into a bookshop
Conversion into a clothes shop selling young fashion. The inner courtyard is covered with a transparent steel and glass construction to extend sales space.
Conversion into a shoe shop