It is the biggest Revival building in Bulgaria. It was built in 1754 and belonged to the rich Melnik wine maker and merchant – Kordopulos. The house is a unique combination of inside and outside architecture, with rich wood carvings, colourful stained glass windows, painted walls, winter and summer garden. The basement is a labyrinth of tunnels where the famous Melnik wine matures.
It was renovated in 1973-79.