The courtyard possibly dates back to the XIII century and has been refurbished several times. The impressive doorway facing South, a manor and stables were added between the XVI and the XVII century and were later refurbished in Lombard style.
The three-storeyold brick house was painted dark red is similar to typical farm manors of this region and its functional design reminds a fortress.
After World War I the courtyard was enlarged at the back, adding a broader fence, stables, barns and a silo. The wall that fenced in the manor was modified; the impressive iron gate added to allow access to the courtyard still bears the owner’s initials.