The dwelling house built in 1825 bears the marks of
the typical Bakony style: gable walls, balustrade, arched veranda. In
the pantry and the kitchen with its open chimney, kitchen and storage
utensils in use at the turn of the century may be found. In the back room
stands the loom of the last Vázsony master weaver. In a shed with no loft,
there are farming implements. In the former stable, the whole tool collection
of the last Vázsony copper-smith may be seen.