The outer walls are made of red bricks and the entrance porch is decorated with concreted triangular window lintels. On the second floor there are distorted Ionic pillars and a porch and an inner veranda with a protruding cornice. In the south of the third floor is a roof garden circled by vase-shaped classical handrails. The gable wall on the top of the central porch is adorned with Baroque ornamentations. The construction of the building follows the style widely adopted at the end of the Qing Dynasty and the beginning of the period of the Republic of China.