In the main street in Golubac, once named after a national hero Veljko Dugošević – today Cara Lazara Street - there is a building which was in 1893 constructed by a wealthy merchant of Golubac – Vićentije Z. Nedeljković. For the surrounding in which it is located, this building is a representative object.
The building is located on a street regulation line and was built in array. It was constructed according to strict rules of Academism, with rich architectural and decorative plastic on the street facade. It is of a rectangular base, 21.74 x 13.16m dimensions. It has a basement, high ground floor and an attic. It was built with brick, the roof is double – sloped and is covered with reclaimed roof tile.
The main street facade is symmetrically designed with that in the west part of the building a vehicular passage is formed, leading to the yard. There is a finely shaped wooden gate at the entrance, and from the yard there are two – sided stairs leading to the residential part; under the landing there is a cellar entrance. Fine art of the street façade features with rich probe and applied neo – Baroque decorative plastic. On the façade a rich decoration around windows in the shape of spindles, chapters, consoles, tympani, and lunettes decorated with masks and elements with geometrical, floral and zoomorphic motifs particularly stands out. A horizontal division was made with a high plinth, accentuated pitch garland and a complex roof garland, carried by small consoles. The entire façade is overtopped with a centrally set attic which carries the written year of the construction.
In the same street there is a house of Aleksa Popović from 1890/1, which probably served as a model for the construction of Vićentije Nedeljković’s house. Both houses are designed in Academism manner with similarly designed street facades and vehicular passages set on opposite sides of the building, so that they leave an impression of „“reflecting“ buildings.