This is one of the few buildings of the Buda Castle district where - after World War II - there was an opportunity for a complete excavation and reconstruction of the medieval remains. In the middle axis of the front of the three-storey gothic burgher's house wide, round arched gate leads to the gateway, where sedilia can be observed on both sides. The barrel-vaulted rooms on the ground floor were formally shops or workshops. On the first and the second floors there are square windows except for the one on the northern side of the house on the first floor, which is a large, connected window, typical of rooms with wooden panelling heated by a stove. The court wings were added to the medieval building in the 18th century.