Croy access bridge
In 1778, the wooden bridge was replaced by a brick arch bridge, which is still in place today. The solidly proportioned bridge has high brick railings; walling with anchors; doorway to basement; retaining walls; cobblestone pavement.
Access bridge of general importance
- because of its age;
- because of its functional design;
- as a characteristic and functional part of the country estate;
- because of the functional-spatial coherence with the other parts of the country estate.