Lines of old houses, residences, the objects of a countryside household, dairies, barns, old beehives, new buildings can be found in one place occupying three circular farmyards. These houses present a unique historical and cultural monument of a particular Serbian family, since they had been kept in their original condition.
The most important is the so called Old House that was built after the First Serbian Uprising in the early 19th century. It has one of the oldest fireplaces in Serbia and thus the house was suggested to be proclaimed a museum, i.e. the state protected cultural monument by the Institute for the protection of cultural monuments in Kragujevac.
Two linden trees away you can see the so called New House (with the total residential area of 400m2) that was originally built in 1900 and restored in 2010. A unique mixture of different styles has resulted in an extraordinary place revealing 19th century original furniture items, important documents, trophies, unique objects, advertisement leaflets, rare photos as well as the modern kitchen and a patio overlooking the Old House.