A one-storey Baroque structure, with visible 19th-century construction interventions, represented the central part of the estate. The manor was first mentioned in Nikola Zrinski's deed of gift in the 16th century. Various stages of building and remodelling can be observed in the case of this edifice. It has been given a landmark status due to its architectural and cultural historical connection with the estate of Ozalj, situated in close proximity. Today it is a private property. The extremely bad and dilapidated condition of the building has demanded a high-quality static improvement. The reconstruction, and then the remodelling and the complete rearrangement of the structure, in order to serve the needs of present-day habitation, have followed. The roof and inter-floor wooden frames have been home-manufactured, trimmed from oak wood in the traditional manner, by using the carpenter's bindings.