Previously, it was a square plan with a tower at each of its corners, of which only two remain today. Later, it underwent modifications to accommodate it as a home.
Now, it presents a horizontal facade of three bodies between two strong square towers on the sides, with a base of ashlar and upper part in brick. This palace has two heights, one more in the towers, of which the lower one is in good ashlar, elongated and joined almost to bone. It ends in an impost with a quadrangular section that runs along its entire perimeter.
The second body is, on the other hand, in brick, a material that already denounces the presence of new architectural trends, with southern roots and favored by the Castilian conquest, as can be corroborated in other nearby palaces such as those of Gorraiz, Oriz or Arlegui. The door consists of a large-format semicircular arch, whose stone is somewhat lighter than the one that makes up the cloth. The voussoirs are long and narrow, they have a half cane carved into the thread.
On the other hand, the three central voussoirs have a quartered shield carved, with twisted leather and a helmet, in whose field the arms of the Eriete palace are represented, among others.
Finally, there are the ruins of a medieval mill with a pointed arch door and a mullioned window. There are also traces of its dam called “of the Vessolla house”.