The pompocrite building is built of yellow facing brick, founded on a slender square, 3.5 metres high. It is covered with a hipped roof beaten with copper sheet with ryegees. On the top there is an iron ball with a flag.
The well was to be situated near Ruska Street. The cost estimate attached to the file listed one thousand wedge-shaped well bricks and one thousand burnt bricks (clinker bricks), as well as a section of granite stone for paving the immediate vicinity of the well.
It has survived to the present day almost in its original form. The slimness of the pompocrite was characteristic, as the water intake was still free of charge at that time and the service was individual. This changed at the end of the century and required larger “springs” of a different type.