A parterre house in the classicist style.

Built in the early second half of the 19th century, the current facade appearance dates back to 1906, based on a design by master mason Jakob Andraš. The owner was Ernest Markus. The passage is located at the left corner, with four double windows to the right, framed in shallow plaster frames.

They are surmounted by architrave pediments and connected at the lower edge by a parapet cornice. Each parapet features a wide spearhead ornament. The wall surface is treated with horizontal grooves.

Below the house is a basement with two openings on the plinth, closed with original iron grilles.

The attic zone is without attic openings, stepped in profile. The high entrance with new metal doors has been shortened due to the addition of a new window belonging to an apartment formed in the attic space.

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