It is an example of civil architecture of 19th century and was made by Hasan Talat Efendi working for Amasya Book Keeping Office. They were expropriated by Ministry of Culture in 1977 and restoration was started and the works were completed in 1979. In 1984 they were started to be exhibited and arranged to serve as "Museum House". The house are in style of Safranbolu and Kastamonu houses in terms of architecture.

The house is arranged in haremlik and selamlık sections and has two floors above basement, has middle sofa, four sitting rooms cornered rooms; constructed in hımış technique, covered with cradle roof. There are 11 rooms in the house and they are exhibited and arranged according to ancient house decoration of Amasya. The basement of the house has beer serving as State Fine Art Gallery Directorate