The farmhouse "Lindenhof" was built in 1950 on the site of a previous building from 1810. It is a stately, mixed construction, in which parts of the threshing floor from 1810 are integrated. Worth mentioning is the large cellar vaulted with hand chiselled Hauterive stone. The Lindenhof is an impressive example of the cultivated farmhouse architecture of the late "Heimatstil" (guidelines for building inventory = worth preserving). The Ofenhaus-Stöckli from 1819 is a graceful, slenderly proportioned structure. Above the brick stove house, a peristyle-like protruding living floor in exposed timber framing with stout corner posts. Very beautiful details, e.g. elements from the late baroque (guidelines Bauinventar = worth protecting).