The origins of the Kleeburg go back to the 14th century. Over the centuries, the property came into various important noble families. With over 200 hectares, the Kleeburg was a very productive estate and even had its own water mill. The two-part moated castle consists of a small manor house and a three-part outer bailey.Michael Freiherr von Korff was able to acquire the castle in 1997 from the community of heirs of the owners. In painstaking work, the castle was lovingly renovated and restored from 1997 to 2002, preserving the original appearance and romance of the castle. Since 1999, the company Daniels & Korff, as the specialist for fine shirts and blouses, has resided in the courtyard buildings.

(Textquelle: https://www.kleeburg.com/Geschichte)

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