• The castle is standing in ruins, the stairs made of carved stone have become life-threatening. For a time, the building was used as a daycare, which explains the graffiti and drawings on the walls. No one has reclaimed the castle, therefore it is owned by the Mayor's Office of Hațeg. In 2004, the surrounding area was declared a nature reserve. According to the latest plans, the local government wishes to establish a nursing home, but obviously this would require a complete renovation of the building.

  • The castle has received its today’s form at the turn of the 20th century, when it became the property of the Hye-Klebersberg family. This is the time when the open balcony on four columns at the central axis of the back façade was built. The parapet of the balcony was made of forged iron. In 1952 the castle was transformed into a preventorium, and it still has the same funtion today.

  • Currently the building is used for the village library. On the wall of the manor there is a memorial plaque dedicated for Gergely Pünkösty, the Major in 1848, who proclaimed the abolition of serfdom.

  • The mansion with baroque roofing was built in the 18th century by count Keresztes Márton II, and was later reshaped in romantic-eclectic style in the 19th century. That is when the corner bastion gained the polygonal shape it has today. After the Keresztes family, the next owners were the Gál family. They were a noble family that originated from the historical county Háromszék, and were the owners of the mansion and the expansive surrounding lands until nationalization.

  • The Gencsi family first joined the ranks of landowners in Ilosva/Ilușva in 1586, then later in the second half of the 17th century once more. From then on out, the family had owned the village for another century and a half. Their sizeable manor, most probably built during the 18th century, can be found next to the protestant church.

  • The two-storey house with porch is built out of stone and brick. Its triangular frontispiece contains the inscription of the year 1918. The building has a jerkin-head roof covered with tiles. The manor is not inhabited, its owner probably uses as a weekend house.

  • The Könczey-Páll manor house is still the property of the Páll family. On the pediments of its stone porch there is an inscription according to which the original shingled-roof manor was built in 1608 and reconstructed in 1829.

  • The castle was built in the 19th century in eclectic style, in the middle of a huge parc. It is a T-shaped building. During the castle’s heyday there was an immense safari park around the building. The builder was Count Kálmán Tisza and the estate became the property of the Tisza family in the 1900s.