The Szentkereszty-Bethlen Castle was built by Baron Szentkereszty (II.) Zsigmond (1817-1891) in the second half of the 19th century. The small, single-story building with rectangular ground plan is highlighted by three architectural elements. The first element is the open portico built in the central axis of the main facade. After the nationalization, the castle was used as an elementary school, but today it hosts the school library of Pavel Dan Theoretical High School.
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 simple, single-story edifice was built in the late 19th century. Its main facade is determined by three risalits. The middle risalit is located in the symmetry axis of the building and a few steps are leading to the main entrance situated in the centre of the building part with three-axis. The corner risalits have two axis and the paired jack arched windows are surrounded by semicircular plaster decorations. All three risalits are closed by a triangular gable. A few crumbling stone steps are leading from the facade facing the former park to the wooden terrace. The once charming little terrace's elements are rotting, its windows are missing, as are the windows of the building's rare facade.