The house of Jelica Stričević was built at the end of XIX century and is located in No. 60 veljka Dugoševića Street, and is 300m away from the village center.
The house base is shaped as Cyrillic letter “G“ and is7.10 x 6.50 x 2.50m in dimensions. The foundation is made from unprocessed stone over which strong oak joists are layered; they are grooved on the corners. The walls are made in half – timebred construction with “chatam“ composite. The roof is complex and it is covered with tile.
In the south side of the house there is a protruding porch with six semicircular arches. The interior is divided into a porch, “the house“, a big room and“magaza“ storeroom. An interesting detail is the presence and position of magaza instead of the other room, since in this area such room was usually found in another auxiliary object.
The house of Jelica Stričević represents a valuable object in architectural, ethnological and historical terms and is a typical representative of this kind of objects built in traditional style of Podunavlje in the second half of XIX century.
The house is in a considerably good condition today.