A one-story house with a rectangular base, the narrow side is placed on the street regulation. This is one of the few examples where the original appearance of the street facade from the time of construction has been preserved. The facade is divided into three fields with four pilasters, each with one window surmounted by typical Baroque pediments. The windows are double-hung, simply carved with the upper pane set horizontally. The gutter horizontal is prominent, covered with pepper tiles and decorated with a frieze of denticles. Above the facade is a strong, dominant baroque gable with decorative plastic elements. Gable with decorative plastic elements. The house was built in the 18th century.