Probably, in the place of today’s palace, there was a wooden defensive mansion.

In 1559 it was acquired from Prince Elesnicki by the future prefect of the Wrocław principality, Nicolaus II von Rehdiger. He only paid a deposit but then in 1567 it was confirmed as his property. Hence, on the right wing of the eastern facade, this date can be seen on a devorative plaque. In the same year, in the place of the ducal mansion, Rehdiger built a palace surrounded by a moat. In 1588 he made a trust and the property remained in this family up to 1904, i.e. until Albrecht Rehdigers death.

During their reign, the palace was rebuilt and extended in the years between 1650 – 1660, and then damaged and plundered twice by the Russioan forces during the seven-year war (1756-1763). It was restored, and between 1900 – 1902 extended and reconstructed in the neo baroque style. The palace remains in this style today.

After the death of Labrecht Rehdiger, his sister Elisa married Karl von Witzendorff, and, as a result, the owner of Strzeszów became Colonel Hans von witzendorff. In 1941 he passed hirs proerty to his son Gotthard. In 1945 the colonel was murdered by the Russians and the palace became the the seat of the general headquarters of the Russian forces.

It was also a place where German officers who were taken captive during the siege of Wrocław were gathered. Until 1947 there was a military hospital of the Red Army here and then the totally stripped building was taken over by the Polish authorities and passed to PGR. At that time there was inter alia a community centre and a nusery school.

After the fall of the PGR the Palace stood empty, was looted and devastated until 1995 when it became a private property. The private owner saved this beautiful object from being totally ruined as had happened to tens of other palaces in the Lower Silesia region.