After nationalization, the building was used by the Ministry of Agriculture as an experimental station of breeding, therefore the manor stands in a relatively good condition, not as the outbuildings which are in a very poor condition, having their roofs caved in. The building and the dendrological park was not reclaimed by anyone.
The manor house was built at the beginning of the 20th century. The style in which it was constructed corresponds with historicism. The single-floor building with an L-shaped layout has a gable roof, and a jerkinhead roof ending on its short wing. Its main facade is sectioned by wooden pillars that start from the plinth, and rise tall above the walls like little towers.