The house was built at the end of the 19th century and is located in one of the historical and colorful cities of Georgia, Telavi (Kakheti region), in particular, in one of its oldest districts. Unfortunately, even before the 90s of the 20th century, it was a compact residential area for craftsmen, and this content is still reflected in the street architecture. Here, on this street, most of the houses are monuments of cultural heritage.
The district is directly separated from the periodic river, Matsnatsri gorge, and other such historical parts of the city, such as “Old Wall”, Kadori hill, Dabakhani hill and rehabilitated B. Cholokashvili Street. It is a 10-minute walk to the famous market of Telavi, and 15-20 minutes to the center of Telavi.
The house has one bedroom (2 beds), one living room with a working fireplace, where there is also one bed, a dining room, a bathroom and a fully equipped kitchen. The building is heated by central heating.
The house has a large veranda and also a bath on the roof, from which there is a wonderful view of the Caucasus and the Alazni Valley.
In the basement of the house there is an inactive cellar, which today has the function of an ethnographic spectacle, and in the yard, there is a living room or work space with wide windows, which is also furnished with traditional Georgian rugs and other elements. There are various fruits in the yard.