The present floor shape of the mill is a long nave transversally positioned over the Vera irrigation ditch, with two parallel corridors separated by a line of pillars. The building has two floors and a tiled monopitch roof oriented to the back façade, where the irrigation canal comes in. The entrance door is situated in the southern side façade. There is a large number of windows on the main façade and on both floors. The walls are mainly made of masonry combined with brick. The hydraulic part consist of the Vera ditch itself that widens slightly to form an entrance to the mill and a flow that assures the unimpeded circulation of the water.
A small dam separates the two flows of water, and a brick vault covers the galleries under the mill. Over the years other more modern pieces have been added for housing and agricultural purposes.
The present state of the mill is good thanks to repairs that have preserved the building, no doubt because of its use as housing during the second half of the twentieth century even when the mill was not operating anymore. However, the hydraulic part has been altered more; the channel is now totally covered by concrete at the level of the surrounding grounds. The water wheels have been taken down from their original site and the machinery does not exist anymore.