- Medieval fortified manors.
Built in the 13th-16th centuries. There were around 100 manors of such type in Estonia
- Medieval wooden manors.
Built in the 13th-16th centuries. Around a few of hundred
- Old Baltic manors.
Typical style of a modest manor of the 17th – 18th centuries (and maybe also earlier)
Lasted in Estonia from 1530 until the1630s-1640s
Dominated Estonia from 1630s-1640s until the end of the 18th century
- Late Baroque and Early Classicism.
Transition period from Baroque to Classicism, from about 1770s until 1800
Dominant architectural style from 1800s-1840s.
(Neo-Gothic, Neo-Renaissance and Neo-Baroque styles). From 1840s to World War I (1914)
- Art Nouveau.
Spread alongside Historicism from about 1900.
- The Heimat style.
A more tranquil and modest trend of Art Nouveau, dominated Estonia from about 1900-10.