The layout of the building is L-shaped. There is a large cellar, and the facade is proportioned by the asymmetrically protruding, historicizing turrets. A staircase with a wrought iron balustrade leads to the two wings of the buildings between the two turrets.
The plinth is covered with ashlar, and its line is broken in a few places by the cellar’s windows. The jack arched, discretely framed windows of the ground floor are placed along the same axes as the cellar’s windows.
Sixteen additional outhouses have been erected around the manor (granaries, stables, warehouses, bakery, etc.), but Hadnagy István managed to retrieve only the manor and the granary after the estate was utilised by the Dálnok State Farm.