A traditional town house in Bijelo Polje, built in the second half of the 19th century, was left to decay for half a century. It was reconstructed and given cultural functions, so today it represents a cult place in the offer of cultural events, and it is also the seat of the traditional manifestation of Ratković’s evenings of poetry. Otherwise, it is about a poet who was born in it. It represents one of only three preserved examples of architecture in the city, created as a symbiosis of an oriental house and local traditional construction. All operations on the building were carried out within the original dimensions, taking care to use authentic materials and construction methods. The house has an inner yard (courtyard) in which there is a ground-floor summer kitchen and a well. The outbuilding is located on the opposite side of the main house so that there are unobstructed views of Obrov Hill and the Lim River. In the inner courtyard, the original paving has been preserved and the green fund has been restored, where creeping roses, characteristic of the ambiance of this city, predominate.