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Ravila Manor Greenhouse, 19th-20th century

The Gardener’s House-Strip House-Winter Garden is a long structure, with the winter garden and gardener’s house section preserving its original appearance to a large extent. It is a tall stone building with wide plastered gaps between the stones, adorned with decorative stone fragments. The corners of the building feature corner pilasters. The structure is covered by a pitched roof (with corrugated asbestos sheets), with wide wooden eaves that project and are decorated underneath the gable.

There is a circular window in the gable field, while the end facade features three pointed-arch windows, with the central one being a door window and wider than the others. The building exhibits both pseudo-Gothic and classical motifs, most likely from the mid-19th century onwards.

Greenhouse at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries.

Greenhouse in the 1950s.

Greenhouse in the 1971.

Greenhouse in the 1980s.

In 2016, Ekspertiis ja Projekt OÜ completed the action plan for the roof repair work on Ravila Manor Greenhouse, which was prepared for the replacement of the roof covering on the heritage site.