On top of a steep pinnacle at the end of a prairie. It has an irregular floor plan, entirely adjusted to the shape of the surface of the rock. Supported by masonry, the upper part was destroyed. It can be accessed by the South, supported by stonework on the outside and a beam on the inside. The inside of the tower is meager in decorations as the tower served lookout purposes and wasn’t a permanent residence. In its current conditions and although the inside is completely sunken, the remains of two floors in wood can still be seen. Along the wall, at different heights, there are defensive loopholes.