„1774 G. B. M.” – can be read on the stone plaque above the mansion’s entrance. The mansion was inhabited by the Bánffy family until close to the Austro-Hungarian Compromise of 1867. It then became the property of general Wilburg Aladár, who used the building as barracks. In the middle of the last century, the building hosted the local council, later on the collective.
The manor house is situated at the northern part of the village, on a slightly steep terrace formed by the Feketeügy river. Its layout is almost square shaped, it has four rooms, its steep hipped roof is covered with tiles. At the central axis of its western side there is a portico with arcades and a tympanum.