The regular, rectangular building is articulated at its centre by a glassed porch. The entrance to the porch is on the left side, while the entrance to the cellar is in the middle. The walls are almost symmetrical, as a pair of windows is placed at the main facade on either side of the porch.
The exterior decoration is restrained, the plinth simple, and the walls are segmented by plasterwork imitating quoins. A wide plaster course stretches beneath the tiled roof. The interior proportioning of the building is mostly symmetrical. Most of the fenestration is original; many of the door handles originate from the first half of the 19th century.