Residential house of Mirsad Ferati (Mitrovica)

Status

Type of Protection: Under termporarly protection Date of Protection: 4164/2014 01.10.2014

History

At the core of the city of Mitrovica, is located a residential house owned by Mirsad Ferati.. House is built in XX century. House is built in the height of GF +1, and has had a residential function. Until the recent war in Kosovo the house was inhabited by two families one of Mirsad Feratit and the family of Jeremiq Bogdana. Both families had separate entrances for entry. Ground floor is made of stones while the first floor is built of full bricks of baked clay. Ground floor of the house had two storage areas that were used by both families, while passing to the first floor was enabled through the stairs that were made of wooden construction. The part that was inhabited by Serbian family had a hall, bathroom, kitchen and two bedrooms, each room has two lighting spaces. The rest of the floor on the right side where of Ferati family lived has four rooms and Storage, each room with one lighting space. Entrance and lighting spaces have wooden construction. House is not functioning today. Overall, the condition of the monument is bad especially inner part.

References

Unique number: 000423

Name: Residential house of Mirsad Ferati

Class: Monument

Institution: RCCH - Mitrovicë

Location

Country: Kosovo

Municipality: Mitrovica

City/Village:

Locality:

Postal Code: 40000

Name of Street: Muharrem Bekteshi

Functional type and dating

Type:Arkitektuale - ENG

Period:

Century: 20th

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