The palace, built on the banks of the river in the early 19th century, was built based on advanced technologies. The house is built of brick, stucco on the facade is made using plaster. A special decoration of the palace served as a three-storey tower, which still stands over the remains of the house.
Dilapidated three-tiered tower rises above the ruins of the palace Tereshchenko, very close to the highway, giving the ruins of a certain resemblance to a medieval castle, where the matter is now a common name.
The symmetrical two-storey gable of the palace was decorated with stucco. Pretty modest portico with a small staircase looks relatively democratic compared to the high of the last ceremonial gate. The original performance of the second floor, where alternate decorated with false and harsh present box with a large panoramic window and a rich middle.
The tower on the left with a total of symmetry as it suggests that there was a right and a tower, but if this is so, from it there was nothing left.