Muslibegoviac house dates from the second half of the 18th century. The house belongs to the type of building with a central hallway. It is characterized by its strict symmetry. Two large arched openings below the doksat (oriel-style projection) bring the outside and the courtyard into the interior hajat. The ensemble consists oftwo courtyards: one with outbuildings – stabling and servants quarters – and the family court yard, with the house and kitchen building. The house contains a number of vessels dating from the Ottoman period, a well-preserved old levha (calligraphic decoration), a sword, and a manuscript copy of the Our’an.