The former Buquoy residence is located on the east side of the Náměstí Republiky in Hové Hrady, the city center which has be granted the status of Town historical zone. The complex of the representative buildings creates a block of houses, which is enclosing the whole east side of the square. The main frontispiece of the house is formed from two parts: the older one is one storey with semi circular bossed portal and the newer one storey part with heightened ground floor, divided by tall pilasters. This part is potentiated in perspective by trapezoidal antique gable with balustrades and vases. Residece was used from the year 1634 to the year 1810 as a representative mansion of the aristocratic family of the Buquoy’s, which means till the year when the castle in Nové Hrady has been finished. Until the 90s the building served as a domicile of the Forest Administration in Nové Hrady. Partly it also served the housing needs. From the end of the 20th century the area of the Residency is in the ownership of the town Nové Hrady.
Residence is filed in the state list of historical cultural estates. In the research of the layers of plaster in the interiors of the southwest wing of the Residence, in the former representative halls, a discovery was made of decorated ceilings, walling of the windows and decorative ornamentation of the walls with numerous baroque flower motifs, baroque mussels so called “Baruk” and rococo “Rokaj”. These halls will be fully integrated into the social and cultural utilization of the Rezidence. In regard to the extensity of the usable space of the historical building and the number of valuable spaces and rooms of the whole complex, is unique location in the center of the town historical center of Nové Hrady in the hearth of the renowned natural historical zone Novohradsko it suggest itself to use this space for tourism and spa services.