I wasn't able to find out a lot about this object.
It is probably suffering the same fate as many other noble residences in the area: After the German reunification came the vacancy, then the vandalism, and after about 10 years the foreclosure came.
In this case, the foreclosure happened in the mid-1990s.
The mansion was built in classical style probably late 19th or early 20th century.
During the foreclosure, the mansion was bought by a lady who reportedly lived in the west wing for some time, but has since moved to Scotland.
The house is situated in a residential area.
A "native" who appeared to be some kind of caretaker kindly granted us entry to on the premises under the condition that we would not disturb the sheep. He wouldn't allow us to enter the building and there was no obvious way in, so there are only a few outside shots.
No sheep were harmed in the making of this blog post.