Dettingen an der Erms, The county of Reutlingen
Built from 1502 to 1504 as a monastery building for the "Brothers of Common Life", founded by Count Eberhard im Bart for reform purposes, in 1517 it was converted into the only Württemberg aristocratic fief in the village. In the years that followed, the building changed hands several times until Duke Christoph gave it to the Urach bailiff Claus von Grafeneck in 1551 as a family and retirement home. From 1575 to 1596 it served as the residence of Susanna von Grafeneck, married Zillenhart. At the end of the 19th century, the Dettinger municipal council considered using the castle for school purposes, the municipality then bought the building at auction and set up school rooms and official apartments for teachers' families. The former monastery building was the home of Anna Haag (1888-1982) from 1901 to 1913. The Schlössle remained a school building until 1987. Only then was it converted into a town hall (inaugurated in 1990).