The location of medieval manor Ruzciems is mentioned in historic documents already in 1475 then named 'Lani', created upon the division of manor lands of Herman Butlar. The manor house, which is well preserved until nowadays was built in 1500. During the following centuries, the historic property was owned by several aristocratic families, mentioned in the history of Latvia, until Ruzciems, also named Karlsberg manor was acquired around 1900 by baron Edmund Hahn.
The property is located in a peaceful and picturesque place, with scenery characteristic for Kurzeme region, where surrounded by hills, forests, and meadows, an outstanding provincial residence, or small-scale, elegant countryside hotel can be established, or individual agriculture project developed.
Nearby Riga - Ventspils A10 highway provides for a convenient commute to Riga with distance only 70 km, 25 km to regional town Tukums, and easy access to Kandava and further Kuldiga direction.
The property consists of two bordering land plots sized 13 ha and 29.4 ha, total 42.4 ha, with agriculture land 21.9 ha and forest 15.4 ha. The residential manor house is one floor 535 sq.m. large building with a large hall room, kitchen, and ancillary rooms on the first floor, sauna and storage rooms in the basement, and 4 bedrooms in mansard.
Ancillary building and shelter are located in the yard. Forest is home to old oak trees, a hiking trail leads through the property, with two ponds and old trees alley, a nearby hill with nice views facing a southern direction.