The two-storey, gable-facing building with a tailcoat roof , which is raised to the street, is considered to be the oldest preserved secular building in the city of Bobingen. According to dendrological dating from 1537 to 1540, it was built on the remains of a residential building and was expanded into a summer and hunting lodge in the 17th century . The Fugger , Welser families , the patrician Cosimo Sini (a Florentine and co-owner of the Nuremberg trading house Benevieni-Sini, who settled in Augsburg in 1622), the Augsburg bishopric and the Counts of Tratzberg owned the castle. From the 18th century it was in bourgeois ownership and was used as an inn from the second half of the 18th century.
The building, which is now used as a residential building, has been in the family since 1785.