“Sandstöckl”: A 400-year-old Wine-Maker’s House

Contact:
Ing. Josef Niederl
Ebersdorf 35
8342 Gnas
+43 664 2264384
josef.niederl1@gmx.at

GPS co-ordinates:
N 46.85523°
E 15.84618°

How to find us

  Open:
The winemaker’s house will be developed into a museum between 2008 and 2010 and will probably be open to the public from spring of 2010 on. However, you are welcome to visit the museum building site any time before to experience the development of the museum as a work in progress.




After three months of intensive talks, the Community of Poppendorf has managed to buy the so-called “Sandstöckl”, a winemaker’s house built as early as 1620. This property built by an anonymous architect, which is unique in today’s Eastern Styria, will be removed during the summer or autumn of 2008 before being rebuilt in the community area of Poppendorf. In the subsequent two years, this property of special architectural, folkloristic and social historical interest will be adapted as a museum and probably opened in the spring of 2010.

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