The palace was built in 1858 in an eclectic style. It combines the features of various architectural styles, such as Classical, Neo-Gothic and neo-Renaissance styles. The two-storey building has a rectangular plan and boasts a square tower on the eastern side. The front and back walls are decorated with avant-corps. After WWII, the palace housed a state agricultural farm, which surely saved it from deterioration. These days it is an excellently restored private property.