This baroque building was built as a summer residence for the bishop Josip Galjuf. It's an one-wing building with a marked and gable finished central part and the shorter lateral parts. The façade is vertically articulated with a continuous row of pilasters and horizontally with a marked cornice. The building has a central vaulted hall in the interior. Today this is the Administrative Building of the Croatian Conservation Institute. The works on the improvement of the building consisted of: adaptation of the ground-floor spaces, first floor, attic, west and east wing, the renovation of the front, reconstruction of the water supply system, sewage system, electricity, heat and the design of the surrounding. The execution is conformed to the cultural monument.