The dwelling-house of baroque origin was built by the Almássy family in the second half of the 18th century. The main façade on the street front was transformed in the 19th century in romantic style. In 1993 the street face was restored.
Only a part of the nine-axle building in unbroken row is provided with an underground level. Rooms in the ground floor are arched, whereas those in the first floor are of plain ceiling. The first floor of the main façade of the Almássy Curia was established in the last century in romantic style.
In the first floor’s middle room a mural painting was explored, in provincial taste, consisting mainly of plant ornaments.