The house was built just before the liberation from the Turkish slavery in 1878. It has been burnt down several times by the turkish soldiers, but the foundation remain so it could be renovated. The house has been pronounced for a memorial of culture in 1964. It is one of the few houses kept the renaissance spirit of the town.
There aren't many old houses left in Kalofer, and those left from the time of the Turkish slavery are less. I'm not talking about a museum, I'm talking about a real home, where during the winter smoke is curlying out if the chimneys and during the summer hosts and guests sit toghether under the trellised vine and drink the famous "Otlezhasawa rakiya" ( rakiya - an alcohol drink) made by the hosts themselvs, which leaves unforgettable memories.