It was built in the beginning of the XIX century and belongs to the traditional national architecture of Morava style. It has a rectangular 12х7m base with interior divided into a “house”, two rooms and a set – in porch with Morava pillars. It was built on a high leveled brick base in half – timbered system and braiding composite and a four –sloped tile roof. The floors were made of impregnated soil, the ceiling was in the “house” made of shashovac, and the rooms were plastered with mud and whitewashed.
The base of the house belongs to the developed type of our national architecture with the main room called “house” where the fire is lit, most daily chores and the family gatherings are performed along with two other rooms. The first, bigger room served as a guest room, which is for “celebrations, feasts and funeral services”. The other, smaller one served as a bedroom and mainly for the purposes of treasuring the valuables. Besides being very practical, the porch gives the house a special cosiness and distinctiveness.