The building has simple window bars and paneled doors in different sizes. Upon the restoration work carried out in the 19th century, the original, baroque-style, broad, arched openings were walled up and narrow, lacet-arched, neo-Gothic openings were placed instead. The main facade is symmetrical, however the facade facing the courtyard is defined by the asymmetrically placed porch.
The castle has two neglected buildings with rectangular ground plan. After the nationalization, the garden of the castle was mostly ruined due to collectivization.
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.