A school has functioned in the building since the beginning of the 20th century; a local industrial school functions in the castle in present times. During the renovations in 2009, the castle was fitted with a new roof, keeping the shape of the old one. The interior historical elements of the building, however, have suffered during the construction works.
The castle that remains to this day was built in 1769 by Wass Ádám. The castle was originally built in Transylvanian baroque style, with a ground floor, basement, mansard roofing and entrance veranda, two pavilions with square layouts (these no longer exist), a baroque pavilion library with a colonnade (no longer exists), and a horseshoe-shaped wall section ornate with a colonnade.
After the building’s nationalisation in 1949, it functioned as a pigfarm and an agricultural collective; despite the way it was used, the building was still in good condition in 1989. After the collective was disolved, however, the locals stripped the place of everything moveable. The building was revendicated by the family, and the tenant uses it to agricultural produce.