The manor house was built in the middle of the 19th century and surrounded by a small well-kept park.
The manor house was built around 1880 and found a new purpose in May 1999 after complete renovation. It is considered the birthplace of Prince Franz zu Putbus, whose family operated an agricultural estate for many decades at this location, the former "Crimvitz". Parties were gladly celebrated here, hunting parties were held and wintering took place, because the main residence of the princely family, the castle in the castle park of Putbus, was difficult to heat in winter. There are very few historical records or photos about the Krimvitz manor house. Krimvitz was thus always a simple, unadorned house, but situated in a beautifully rural, romantic spot on the island, surrounded by old trees. The name Krimvitz is said to have originated from the Krimlinden avenue (now German Alleenstraße). These lime trees were probably once actually brought here from the Crimean peninsula. These avenues were created in old times to make the paths recognizable and findable at all in winter, certainly also to give shade to the travelers and farmers in summer when bringing in the harvest. After the war, the manor house served as a temporary home for many people. In the turnaround period, when nature had already taken a run at reclaiming this house, it was purchased and renovated by the Krüger family.