Aaspere manor ("Kattentack") is located in the Viru County approximately 85 km East from Tallinn. It was first mentioned as manorial estate in 1511 and belonged to the Hastfers, from whom it got its name, until 1720. Aftwards the manor was owned by family von der Pahlen (1730), Jürgen and Johan von Stackelberg (1756), Bengt Gustav von Stackelberg (1785), George Fredrich Velten (1798). The manor was acquired by the family Von Dellingshausen and remained in their possession until the Estonian land reform in 1918. From 1921 to 1991 the manor was used as a children's home. In 1991 was purchased and since that date is used privately. Aapere manor is the finest neoclassical building in Estonia. Today's form with 6 columns portico and gabled pediment was achieved in 1903 under the ownership of Eduard von Dellingshausen . The manor boasts a Chines room, unique in Estonia, built in 1863. Besides that, baroque stoves and fire places. Behind the house, on the 50 ha park, there use to be a round Temple of Friendship, and a Chinese style bridge. The park hosts one of Estonia's longest alleys (approx. 1 km).Gallery
Property consists of 5 buildings with total area 3,500 ㎡
Property consist of 5 landplots with 52㏊ total area.