Zilliacus sold the manor in 1884. It was once again bought by a relative, Oscar Andelin (1840-1905), the husband of Munsterhjelm’s second daughter, Aline. During that time, the size of the estate was 900 hectares, 175 hectares of which were cultivated.
Andelin left active military service in 1890 and could now focus on managing the estate. Despite having no previous experience, he was successful in his endeavour. At the beginning of the twentieth century, the manor house was renovated and painted with yellow ochre.
Oscar Andelin died in 1905, after which his heirs sold the manor to Arvid and Emilia Sanmark, who was Munsterhjelm’s granddaughter.