Remaining empty, the Biális Manor became the property of the locality and possibly by satisfying the heirs, it became the Village Hall. During the two World Wars it housed the military locker rooms. Today, the building functions as a post office and the institution of the common ownership. The local government plans to renovate the building.
The castle was built in Eclectic-style. It was famous for its 400-volume library. After his death, his wife, Hadadi baron Wesselényi Ilona remained the last owner of the castle. During the War, she fled abroad and died in Salzburg. They had four children, but the castle was not reclaimed by anyone, therefore, after 1989 the local council sold it to a wealthy businessman, who nicely restored the building and shall make a castle hotel out of it.
The construction of the first castle here was commissioned by Alárdi Ferenc in the 16th century. In 1575, the armies of Báthori István, suzerain of Transylvania, caused serious damage to the castle. In 1610, the Haller family, originating from Nürnberg, commissioned the construction of a new castle, made from the stones of the ruins already laying there. The castle, commissioned to be constructed by Haller István, was eventually finished by his son, János, in 1674. This building was destroyed during the Rákóczi-revolution.