The L-shaped building has suffered various transformations, losing its original decorative elements. The original arcades are still visible on the side facing the courtyard, other elements, as the former columns were built-up. The western facade was built later, probably in the late 19th century. The building became the property of Hungarian state and in 1880 functioned as a land registry office and then as district court. Currently, one part of the building houses a pub and the other parts function as residency.
In the place of the castle we see today stood a stone house in the beginning of the 16th century. We know this from the last will and testament of Kálnoky Bálint (1599), according to which he had built the lordly house together with his wife, Petki Anna. The house quickly fell into ruin after the attack of voivode Mihai. The building was probably never renovated, as in 1646 Kálnoky István III. mentions in his writings the ruins of a house surrounded be a stone fence.