Unfortunately, data about the history of the origins of the Pogány-castle are very incomplete. The building without outstanding artistic values, has been neglected by the art historians. It is only presumed, that this property belonged to the Pogány family from Clopotiva in the 19th century, especially Pogány György, and his son, Pogány Károly can be assumed to have had close connections to this castle.
A registry dated from 1748 stated that there was a manor house before the castle was built, this is the antecedent of the monument building.The Tholdalagi Castle was built in the 1890’s in Classicist style. The builder of the castle with a mansard was Zsigmond Toldalagi I (1766–1847) from Ercea. Zsigmond’s (I) daughter, Katalin (1800–1860) and one of his sons Mihály VII (1817–1876) were born here.
The castle was built in the Classicist style, and an old driveway stretches behind the building. Its symmetrical and rather puritan main facade is defined by the tympanum supported by four simple pillars. Its only decorative element is the striated cornice. The building’s doors and windows have simple, undecorated lintels; the two planes of the roofing are reminiscent of the Baroque style.