Not far away from the village center there is a house of Stojanović Nenad, built at the beginning of XX century and belongs to a rich type of Morava houses. It is longitudinal in base with a porch and three rooms. It was built in a half – timbered construction with a semi – hewn oak joist composite on the crushed stone foundation. The walls are covered with mud and whitewashed both from the outside and the inside. A four – sloped roof is covered with tile. The base dimensions are 10,25х6,00m.
The house is oriented towards the west and there is where a long porch with Morava arches was formed. Spatial organization is based on a traditional room arrangement. The porch has two separate entrances – one for the big room and the other for “the house” and a smaller room. “The house has an open fireplace with iron chain hangers. The floors in all rooms are made of impregnated soil and the ceilings were made of “shashovac”.
This object represents a fine example of our national architecture of rich Morava houses which occurred in this area in XIX and the beginning of XX century.