The extremely ruinous castle with its neoclassical façade and a couple of neighbouring farm buildings appear on the left side of the European route E60 travelling from Târgu-Mureș to Sighișoara. Today, this is a barren place, although once it was surrounded by a grove, the size of 120 cadastral acres.
The plaster decoration from the portico has preserved the initials of the castle’s founder and the year of its construction: G.B.I. 1751. The building is currently being renovated by Mikes Imre (1942) and his family. Zsigmond, his son, and his wife are moving into the gatehouse. Now that they have returned from Germany, the family intends to the use to the revendicated building for touristic purposes as well.
The first fortification on the location of today’s building was constructed under the rule of Róbert Károly, when the King moved his seat to Temesvár. In 1856, the castle saw its largest reparation works yet. In that year, the building was radically modified, the northern wing, the northern end of the western wing and the north-eastern corner all gained a historicising aspect.