Located in Gračanička street, it is one of the oldest standing citizen houses, built by the end of XVIII century, and renovated around 1830. It consists of a basement, ground floor and one level. It is a unique example of transition from the medieval Balkan style to Central European style which started to make influence in the city at that time. It’s got a simple classicist facade and a tall roof. On the first floor, towards the patio, a wooden porch existed. It is a unique witness of the blending of cultural influences in Belgrade.
Last time it was reconstructed in 1974.