There is not much information about this lordly mansion. It was probably built in the latter half of the 19th century, but no exact dates are to be found.
The area has been in the hands of various noble families over the centuries. Last it was used as a cultural center for the local agricultural cooperative during the Soviet occupation.
There are really not many rooms of photographic relevance. The vandals have obviously had their share and there have been other "inhabitants over the past years.
Here is my photographic loot from the tour.