In 1877, the Historicist reconstruction of the manor house was completed. The English landscape garden also dates from that time.
In front of the main building, there is a long field with a freely winding edge; behind it is a smaller meadow. Characteristic features of the park include the river with a system of dammed ponds that have islands and little bridges, as well as fields that are separated by large groves in contrasting colours. You can also spot decorative bushes. The crowning glory of the park is an oak with a 23 m diameter crown.
When the park was restored, a gazebo, various benches and viewing frames were mounted.
The park is protected under heritage conservation and nature conservation.