The central risalit with the coat of arms on the high gable is striking. On the right you can see the tower with the tile-covered pointed helmet.
Johann August Schlettwein (a well-known lawyer and national economist) inherited the estate through his wife in 1784. In 1808, the daughter of the Schlettwein family and her family Robertus owned the estate. The estate was passed down through the family. After a fire in 1880, Christian Count von Bernstorff had the manor house rebuilt according to plans by Georg Daniel. After 1945, the manor house was a residential building. Today it is used as a restaurant and for other cultural purposes.