Two-storey building with a Baroque front, built in the first decades of the 18th century on the site of a medieval house. Its seven bays long front is closed by an entablature, and there is a string course above the ground floor. Its upstairs windows have lug framings with foliated scrolls in the keystones. In the central axis of the ground floor there is a basket-arched gate with moulded Baroque stone frame. The ground floor windows have simple frames and keystones. Its gateway is covered with Baroque intersecting barrel vault. There is an arched corridor sittting on stone consoles in front of its northern court wing. Its ground floor rooms both in the street and court wings have Baroque intersecting barrel vaults. The north east side of the court wing incorporates the walls of a medieval, tower-like building.