The building has two segments, the rooms looking on the street and on the gable each containing two track windows and doors opening onto a porch. The rooms feature beamed ceiling. Looking from the main street of the village, the estate is delimited by a double, high, stone gate, covered with tiles. Once upon a time, this big gate contained a trefoil frontispiece. In the middle frontispiece, arched in a Baroque style, surrounded by scroll-works, appears the year of construction.
The single-storey, almost-even building with an L- shaped ground plan has a gable roof covered with tiles. Its wing facing the street is parallel to the road, while its wing facing the courtyard is perpendicular to it. The facade caing the courtyard contains the most spectacular architectural element of the rather undecorated building, an open arched corridor through which various rooms of the house can be accessed.