Name of property: None
One-storey elongated structure of four row-houses and built against neighbouring properties. One continuous gable roof interrupted by funnel-shaped gables projecting over roof. Plain cornice over façades. Front façade with four clamped doors and clamped windows on either left or right side.
Architectural historical and cultural historical value as an example of low-cost row-housing in an alley connecting main roads. Specific value as part of a protected monumental townscape.
Construction period: Second half of 19th century