This house is built in Qajarid era and it is located in Maghsoudiyeh borough of Tabriz opposite to architecture faculty and it is registered under number 6021 in 31 July 2002 as one of the national heritages of Iran.
The building date of the house goes back to end of Qajarid era, although the basements of the house reminds us of Pahlavi architecture.
This house is a mixture of architectural styles of Qajarid and Pahlavi era. Total area of the house is three thousand sqm in three floors in which there are rooms without internal and external space. The sharp angles in house and the windows without any bending are signs of modern architecture and getting far from the traditional architecture.
The building includes two parts. The Eastern part which is built in Qajarid era and the Western part that is added to the previous one in first years of Pahlavi era. The Eastern façade is towards South. The main core of the house includes a Tanabi (sitting room) that there is entrance corridor in two sides and rooms in sides. In front of the rooms there are side rooms with terraces. The terrace has five parts with semi-circle arches. In the Northern part of the Tanabi there was a terrace with three opening facing the internal yard, since the internal yard is destructed, the owners have built a wall against the Northern part of the Tanabi. This part of the building is built in three floors. Under the Tanabi, Hozkhana is located.
The Western part of the house is built in first Pahlavi era and its entrance is East to West and each wing of the corridor has three rooms and totally there are six rooms. This part is of three floors either including basement, ground floor and the first floor. The house has a terrace with columns in Eastern part. The façade is of Sparakhoun stones and the façade of the basements is made of brick. The materials include stone, brick, chalk, lime and wood. The architectural plan includes the jointing of two parts, terraces, two way stairs and optimized use of brick which are considered as specifications of the building.