The palace of Khreptovichi, built most likely in the 18th century, consists of 3 buildings forming a park ensemble. Side one-story outbuildings were used for housing, a central two-story building for offices and halls. Also in the palace ensemble was a two-story outbuilding , a special utility room, where the kitchen was located, a stable. Also on the territory was a park with water reservoirs. The palace at different times was the palace where Napoleon and Alexander I stayed.
The palace that has survived to this day is charms. Over the front door there is a balcony with a beautiful twisted cast-iron fence. A lot of details are attributed to the style of Empire.
Now the former possessions of the Chreptoviches did not become typical abandoned ruins, but preserved their appearance. The main building is used as Beshenkovichi art school. Another estate of the family is in Grodno.