The columns of the risalit results an interesting combination of an arcaded porch and an open terrace. The tympanum above the columns is reminiscent of the Rococo style. On the central part of the side facade, the two side wings are closing an open terrace. The symmetry of the manor was disrupted by the extension of an eastern wing. The building with 21x15 m ground area was built from bricks, as appropriate to that period.
The manor was built by the Lázár family in the 17th century, but it gained its final shape only in the 20th century. The base stones of the gate, which also supported the former fence, are decorated with plasterwork typical of the 19th century. The windows of the facade facing the street are divided by pilasters with Corinthian capitals.