The gothic-renaissance building was built in 1534. It is referred to as the “court” or “manor”, although its original destiny remains unknown. Only one can assume that it was the seat of the village’s vogt, the village’s administrators, village’s inn, granary, hospital or monastery building, what is so probable that it was located in the close vicinity of the church of St. John.
The building was erected on a rectangular plan, it is a two-storey house, made of stone and, to a lesser extent, of brick. Inside the part of the ground floor rooms there are barrel-rib vaults, barrel in the basement and beamed ceiling in the upstairs hall, supported on a pole with a decorative head.
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