This estate, which belonged to the Taube family at the end of the 15th century, is in the village of Simuna, 500 metres to the west of the local church. Worth visiting and admiring in the manor house are its vestibule, its wood-panelled dining room, its hall, its unique door and window adornments and its glazed tile fireplace, dating back to 1785.
The manor is currently home to the Simuna local government offices of Väike-Maarja municipality and can be visited upon prior arrangement with the Väike-Maarja information point. Did you know…? *The estate was purchased in 1849 as a summer residence for renowned Russian round-the-world sailor and Arctic researcher and geographer Friedrich Benjamin Lütke