One and a half century later, at the turn of the 18th century, the owner of the time, Baron Wesselényi István VI, incorporated the renaissance manor in a new, classicist castle with a U-shaped layout. The construction works most likely ended around 1816, as the wrought iron gate and fence, which once displayed the year number and the family crest, were installed in that year. The urns from the gate pillars hint towards the beginning of the 19th century as well.
The two-storey building is covered with a jerkin-head roof. The central part of the facade facing the street is defined by the risalit with tympanum and pilasters, delimited by semi-circular, otherwise jack-arched windows. The rear facade is dominated by two portico. The building has doors with wooden paneling and the four tracked windows. One of the rooms located in the central part of the building has a ceiling with stucco ornaments. Contemporary interventions have turned the rooms of the building into office spaces. Ownership: the property of the Agricultural Society of Lovrin.
Based on the structure and few ornamental architectural features, it can be said that the actual manor house was built in the first half of the 19th century. The construction and the furnishing of the building can be linked back to Albert Petrichevich-Horváth who thanks to his loyalty to the Habsburg Court made a great career in the 1840–60s.
The left wing of the Csernovics Castle with its two towers was built in the first half of the 19th century with the utilization of a building remained from the 18th century. The right wing was built between 1862 and 1886, based on the plans of Miklós Ybl. In 1862 the castle became the property of the Károlyi family. In the garden original greenhouses and swimming pools can be found.