The manor was first mentioned in the XVIIIth century. It, as a legacy, went from Narai-Ševčiai to Augustinas Vavževskis. In the end of XIXth century landlord Simonas Meištovičius built neo-gothic style mainor palace. They were one of the three english neo-gothic style buildings in Lithuania. Up till now, 13 stylistically interesting buildings have survived: mansonry, plastered central palace with towers and interesting fronton and windows, door decoration, stone and plastered bricks servants quarters with original authentic facade decoration of the same type; wooden barn with smiths work cuffs; barn of pillar structure of stones, barns of similar construction; distillery ruins, part of the stone masonry icehouse. Only part of the greenery remained till this day.