15th century lord’s dwelling was built on a basement wall, the upper floors are in vertical timber panelling with large slanting braced rooms, it leans against the curtain wall. Originally, an outside staircase led straight to the first floor.
There were three floors:
> The ground floor: the servants’ quarters,
> First floor: reception area
> Second floor: private residence with the bed-rooms.
The dwelling-place was inhabited until 1970.