Gyula’s children died between 1940 and 1944, and so the nationalised building was revendicated by his wife’s inheritor, and sold it immediately after. Its new owner is an entrepreneur who uses the manor as a warehouse.
The building has a rectangle shaped layout, on its main façade there is a portico with two corner risalits on its sides and with a glazed hall between them from the 17th century. Its origin is stated on a stone plaque placed on the arch pediment of the portico.
The two-storey house with porch is built out of stone and brick. Its triangular frontispiece contains the inscription of the year 1918. The building has a jerkin-head roof covered with tiles. The manor is not inhabited, its owner probably uses as a weekend house.
The castle has a U-shaped layout, and was constructed in a neo classicist style. It has two corner risalits at its main facade; the northern risalit has an upper floor, thus conferring to it the aspect of a corner tower.