The Renaissance house, built around 1600, has a strikingly pretty facade, which is provided with plenty of dazzling work. The courtyard gate with the side gate, the eye of the needle, dates from the 18th century. The threatening lion heads on the front of the house are an indication that enemy neighbors across the street once lived here. In the Rassiga house itself, finely crafted stucco ceilings and parquet floors as well as richly painted walls have been preserved. An extension was built on the foundation walls of the former wine press house, which houses the community center, which was completed in 1990. In 3 event rooms, from the small media room with space for max. 30 people to the Rassigakeller for max. 100 people to the large ballroom with variable stage, a gallery and space for max. 350 people (private events max. 280 people ), experience a pleasant, friendly atmosphere for the successful implementation of seminars, meetings, receptions or cultural events. Of course, the rooms can also be rented for private celebrations.