The palace was built in the first half of the 18th century from stone and brick, for the von Gregersdorf family. It is a one-storey building covered with a hipped roof. There is a prominent avant-corps on the facade, inside of which you will find a staircase. The back facade is decorated with bossaged stripes, pilasters and a door portal with a fragment of artistically chiseled inscription. Up to the end of WWII it belonged to the Wegener family. Since 1945, it was part of the local state farm cooperative in Kondratowice. It also housed a store, apartments and a canteen. At present, the building is deteriorating, though the new roofing brings hope for a restoration to its former glory. A picturesque park is adjacent to the palace.