The building with a rectangular ground plan and high ground-level has a jerkin-head gable roof On the right side, the main facade is defined by the avant-corps, which originally had two heightened windows, but one of these windows was transformed into a door. The left side's corner is imitating a tower. The main entrance, located in the middle, can be accessed by a few steps.
Like the other buildings of the nobiliary from Erdővidék/Baraolt, this castle was also constructed in the late-renaissance style, and was later extended with a classicist wing during the 19th century. Several valuable late-renaissance stone carvings can be found embedded into the walls of the building.