The village house is a housing building in stone that stands as a testimony of the stone architecture. The date of its building is not known but it is believed that it dates back to the late 17th – early 18th century, time when stone houses started to replace wooden ones.
This house is made of two parts. The western part is on one level and faces the street. It was built first, probably in the late 17th century. It sunk in the ground and now the door looks like it leads to a basement. The facade of the house on the main street is decorated with two windows with engraved frames. The interior of the house has been decorated with the furniture of a merchant of Suzdal. It is thought that the house belonged to a rich clergyman.