This "castle" was built from 1763-1801, facing many construction issues. The original plan, made by English architect Jeffrey Spade in the 1760s, envisaged the building to be flanked by two large L-shaped wings. As the owners decided to have it made from white Carrara marble, it became really expensive and the wings were scrapped. In order to alleviate the costs of living in the castle, baron Andreas Elteman opened the house to public tours in 1925, and the family only occupies a small portion of the house. Entrance to the house is 3,50 euros or free with the ExploreBT Card.