Bakhmutsky's house was built in the style of early romantic Art Nouveau. Asymmetrical in plan, the building is one-story and stone. The facade is decorated with stylized elements of Moorish architecture. On the left, near the main entrance, there is a decorative minaret.
In 1906, the contractor Naum Bakhmutsky was engaged in the construction of an architectural monument - the Peasant Bank. For the construction he was allocated a certain amount, which included wages. The contractor must dispose of the funds and save a certain amount as payment for his work. However, Bakhmutsky had enough not only for the bank building, but also for the construction of a house for his "lady of the heart." The owner could not only afford to build a lover's estate, but even hire a servant there.
According to legend, the house was built by Bakhmutsky for his mistress.