interesting for its rococo architecture, unusual in Norway
in general but also as a wooden structure in Europe. The
facade of the main house is built to exaggerate the
dimensions of the house itself, and two windows are actually
painted on to create symmetry.
Its interior layout has been restored to its original, early 18th century plan. The interior is restored to the different eras of its history.
The estate also has two gardens inside its walls and one outside. These are known as: the (eastern) "Master's garden," the (western) "Mistress's garden," and (outside the walls) the "English garden."