Sundremda was a small outlying farming village located between Grantville and Badenburg. Sundremda was typical of the complicated property relationships extent in Germany where property owners tended to rent land for three generations or 99 years, the rights to the rents were frequently encumbered or sold outright to various (financier) parties, and ownership of the land entire was rare, not even mentioning the tenants rights. For their part, the tenants in farming villages tended to farm in co-operation sharing resources and workloads.