Two-storey building, with a simple Baroque facade and with 14th-century elements. Its northern part was totally rebuilt at the beginning of the 16th century, and a court wing was added to it. At the beginning of the 1700s the section of the building on Úri Street was restructured and a southern court wing stretching to Bástya (Tóth Árpád) Lane was added to it, which was converted into a three-storey block in the second half of the 18th century. Its five bays long front looking onto Úri Street is crowned with an entablature. In the middle axis there is a basket-arched gate in a Baroque frame decorated with a springing course, a keystone and a 17th-century wrought iron knocker. The seven bays long ashlar built façade looking onto Bástya (Tóth Árpád) Lane has 18th-century windows in plain frames. Its gateway is barrel vaulted with 14th-century sedilia. A 14th-century stone carving of a dragon was found in its northern wall.