In a spacious yard at No. 46, Nemanjina Street, withdrawn from the street for about 50m, this house was built in the beginning of nineteenth century, and later in 1969 pronounced as monument of culture. By type it belonged to smaller civil houses, which by context look like village houses from Pomoravlje. Asymmetric in plan, with a fireplace in the middle room and a room on each side, spacious long front entrance porch with three wooden pillars made of unprocessed logs. The building had half-timbered construction and tile roof. Modest by size and finishing it had deep eaves with visible rafters. Roof beams on the ceiling were visible and the floor was made of boards.
The house was located on a land parcel No. 671 Cadastral Municipality Požarevac and was owned by the Živanović family.