Because of its unique architectural appearance and shape, this historic farmstead is listed to the national preservation program. The neo-Gothic palace with surrounding park and monumental farm buildings, including storerooms, granary, stables, and barn, were established in the second half of the XIX century. Historic farm buildings have brick facades with architectural masonry details like arches and are covered with gamble wooden roofs. Remaining wrecked structural elements such as walls and roofs require a partial reconstruction with usage of traditional materials such as bricks, stones, ceramics, and timber. Extensive glass curtains will replace parts of devastated walls. Ceramic traditional red tiles will cover roofs. After the implementation phase of the remodeling and renovation process, the stables and barn will serve new commercial purposes and requirements of the Equine Training Center.