It is located in a compact range of buildings in the northeast corner of a small block of buildings, bordered by Sovetskaya, Turgenevskaya streets and Bukhonovskiy lane. It is a two-story stone house with a penthouse apartment and a L-shaped plan. The general dimensions of the plan are 23.2x28.1 m. The central axes of the street facades are distinguished by flat rhizoliths in five window axes along Turgenevskaya Street and three window axes along Sovetskaya Street. Over the rhizolith, a figured attic with three windows of a penthouse apartment is installed along Sovetskaya Street, and on Trugenevskaya Street there is a deaf triangular gable. Pilasters with capitals of the Corinthian order are fixed in the walls of the rhizolith windows. The facades are made in the forms of the Empire style with the addition of eclectic elements, both voluminous and decorative details, to which a variety of molded details in the head moldings of windows and frieze fields can be attributed.