Gothic house of the 15th century with polychrome facade, retains one of the oldest in Toruń ceilings (Gothic, rebuilt in Baroque). In th 17th the hose went through a typical remodeling of that era. It gained among others stone windows panes similar to the ones used at the beginning of the 17th century in the Old City Town Hall.
Inside the 17th-century polychrome wall in the high vestibule and the relics of Gothic polychromy. In the high vestibule two entresols are placed aside - upper and lower, both with fireplaces.
In the upper one there is a recess, probably faucet, since there's the stone bowl and the rotary hook (presumably for hanging utensils and bowls of water).
In this Gothic house there was a fireplace in each room, which is absolutely unique in Toruń.
The house was renovated in 1992-1994, when modern glass gable was added which relates to the lost Gothic one.
Now it houses the insurance company.