The single-storey, almost-even building with an L- shaped ground plan has a gable roof covered with tiles. Its wing facing the street is parallel to the road, while its wing facing the courtyard is perpendicular to it. The facade caing the courtyard contains the most spectacular architectural element of the rather undecorated building, an open arched corridor through which various rooms of the house can be accessed.
The castle is a single storey building, and along the central axis of its main façade, there was built a massive roof. The arcaded entrance is decorated with four semi-Tuscan columns, and a simple flight of chairs leads to the entrance. Two huge semi-circular windows on both sides surround the semi-circular shaped door, and under each window there is an ornate balustrade.
The castle was built in the Classicist style, and an old driveway stretches behind the building. Its symmetrical and rather puritan main facade is defined by the tympanum supported by four simple pillars. Its only decorative element is the striated cornice. The building’s doors and windows have simple, undecorated lintels; the two planes of the roofing are reminiscent of the Baroque style.