More than two centuries ago, there was definitely an old, wooden house at the east end of the Rakvere manor park. That house has seen the life and times change throughout the centuries. The buildings used to be part of the manor complex and belonged to the manor governor.
The separate wooden house on the hillside has been used as a home. Of the other manor complex buildings, the main manor has been preserved and undergone several reconstructions to now become a community centre and theatre.
The manor has been rebuilt but its original stables and ancillary buildings are authentic though they now have new functions.
This story goes into detail about the history of this one house from the manor ensemble and its history.