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Vaimõisa estate has existed since at least 1494, but the first manor was probably destroyed during the Livonian War. This first estate was established by a bailiff serving the Bishopric of Ösel-Wiek. Throughout history, the estate has belonged to several Baltic German families, including Farensbach, von Flemming, von Nascakin, von Wetter-Rosenthal, von Baranoff and von Wilcken. Among the more illustrious owners, Gustave Rosenthal (soldier in the American Revolution) and general H. Rautsmann (teacher to Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim) can be mentioned.
Construction of the presently visible main building started in 1792 and finished in 1818. It is a comparatively well-preserved manor, with interior details such as original doors, stucco decoration, fireplaces and parquet floors surviving to this day.
- Vaimõisa manor official site