The free-standing building with an E-shaped ground plan is defined by an open arched portico, located on the main facade of the manor. This portico with a triangular frontispiece is standing in a ruinous condition. The protruding side avant-corps's frontispiece has a trapezoidal shape and contains three ventilation windows. The manor is covered with a jerkin-head roof.
The castle is a two-storey brick building, with a rectangular-shaped layout and a large basement underneath. During the 20th century, the building has been stripped of the ornamental elements that previously beautified the front and rear facades, and some of its windows have been walled in as well. Traces of previously existing balconies can be spotted on the two previously mentioned facades.