It was erected in circa 19th Century in a late classicistic style; it is a rectangular, one-storey, brick, plastered building with a basement. The attic is residential. Later a one-storey extension was built. In the façade and garden elevation there are internal porticos with four columns without bases. The building was embellished with a block cornice under the eaves covered with a half-hipped roof. The interior has a two-bay layout with an entrance hall and stairs leading to the attic and a living room on an axis layout.
Today’s manor house was built for Róża Zakrzewska-Rykowska from the Otrębscy family. In the subsequent years it became the property of the Tarnowscy family, Wiktor Zawisza, Ksawery Luceński, the Groer, Kędzierscy, Pawłowscy families and recently Ryszard Korczak-Chęciński. Today " Municipal Horticultural Company, Limited Liability Company – Production and Trade Centre" is seated in that building.
6th National Noble Market took place at the Umiastów Manor House. Its participants could view coats of arms, signet rings, buy books and taste traditional Polish dishes.