After the change of regime, the descendants of the Temesváry family reclaimed the castle and the estate belonging to it, therefore in the year of 2000 it became the property of Zoltán Nagyosy, who lived in Cluj-Napoca. Currently the building houses the Kindergarten bearing the name of Temesváry János. The former castle garden serves as playground for preschoolers.
The Brașov Fortress is located on a hill, 64 m above the city of Brașov, at 651 m above sea level. The hill's eastern side belongs to Old Brașov and its western side to Bolonya. The Fortress was built in wood in 1524 and it contained a semi-circle tower surrounded by a wall. In 1529, Petru Rareș the Moldavian vajda who supported king John conquered and demolished the citadel of Brasov that took king Ferdinand's side.
Since its recovery, the family has renovated the building. During renovation works the portico facing east was incorporated thus ruining and radically affecting the building's historical character. A vaulted cellar is to be found under the dining room and the southern chambers, but when one of the vault collapsed a separating-wall was built here.