In this House, time seems to have stopped. You can feel the warmth of the tiled stove, cooking and baking with wood stove in the kitchen, in the water vessel by evaporation of boiling water and at the edge of the cooker is a pot of tea. To enter the room, you have to step over thresholds and duck your head because the lintels are low. It all seems to be how the Farm Museum.
Yet the inhabitants of former days an incredible luxury would have been obvious. With cold and hot water in kitchen and baths, centrally heated bedrooms in the attic where previously only one unheated wooden shack was electric light in all rooms and no sooting pine chips which have the wood ceiling stained almost black in the room. Where formerly four lean cattle and a calf have urged in the dark barn is now a bathroom with bath, bidet, toilet and sink and a laundry room with washing machine and dishwasher.
In one chamber, there is even a television with satellite channels
Only the Rußkuchel in the center of the house is almost unchanged. From here, the ovens are heated, the smoke of furnaces accumulates under the stone arch and pulling up by the fireplace from. The top of the chimney where the smoke has already cooled, there is a Räuchergehänge. Among the oak planks leads a steep staircase in a vaulted cellar and behind the small metal door hides the bread oven, 2.20 m long 1.40 m wide and 0.70 cm high. When you look into this furnace, one can imagine how the Gretel has pushed the witch into the burning furnace.