It was established on the edge of the creek southwest of the old district center, 17 km from Şemdinli. The palace (mansion) was largely destroyed and there are two arches and a wall still standing. It has a rectangular plan in the north-south direction. There is no inscription or any written document giving the exact date of the building. According to local sources, it is understood from the ruins on the south wall of the palace, which was stated to have been built by Seyid Muhammed Sıddık, that the facade was activated by the door in the middle and the windows next to it. The door with a pointed arch opening that makes staggering intertwined is limited by the outer siege belt.