It was built by an architect named Kasım in the early 16th century according to the old work fiche found in the Trabzon Museum.
The bath was located in the east-west direction. Temperature place is square planed. The dressing section was a large wooden ceiling
with eight wooden pillars, and in the middle of the ceiling was an octagonal lantern with a tiled roof with windows on each side.
Today there is a lumber workshop and a storage place where the bathhouse is located. Only a few walls remain today.