Georgiadi's house is one of the most magnetic in Plovdiv and as we often say this, we will say a few words about its uniqueness. It is built on the remains of ancient Roman buildings, on sloping terrain and its foundations rest on a natural rock, which makes it stable. It is the only house on the Three Hills in which the inner courtyard has a well, which today is more than 10 meters deep and has a water column of about 5-6 meters. It is located immediately after Hisar Kapia. The building is one of the most significant monuments of our national architectural heritage since the Revival.

It was built in 1848 by one of the most famous masters of the era - Hadzhi Georgi Georgiev Hadzhiiski, born in the Rhodope village of Kosovo, who worked mainly in Constantinople (Istanbul), probably in Edirne and Plovdiv. His creations include the houses of Argir Koyumdzhioglu, Ivan Koyumdzhioglu (Hadzhidragan's House) and Andrey Georgiadi.

Its architecture is typical of Plovdiv symmetrical houses. It has three floors, each of them, around one elliptical lounge, there are 4 rooms, which play different roles. If the ground floor, the first floor, is intended for the life of the family, then the second floor, which is most beautifully painted, welcomes guests. The rooms on the first floor are with wooden ceilings and carved rosettes, and the walls are painted with ornaments and flowers.

The lounge and rooms on the second floor impress with original carvings and rich decorative murals. There is a large lounge with a magnificent wooden ceiling and a raised spot as a stage for musicians who were invited to greet guests. Each room has its own color and decoration, with wooden ceilings, alafrangs and indoor fountains that are filled with tanks.

Due to the large volume of the building, the top floor was left unfinished. It was built in the style of the era only after the restoration activities were carried out. The house is emblematic with its exterior, too, with colorful stylings above all 30 windows.

The most interesting thing in the inner courtyard of the property is the mural dedicated to Ancient Plovdiv and this is the first made in the style of wet fresco by Dimitar Kirov. The house was given as a dowry to one of Georgi Kindendenoglu's daughters, who married the wealthy Greek merchant Dimitar Georgiadi.

Its first restoration was made in 1960. Its next renovation is from the beginning of the 70's, the third - in the mid 80's and the last - in the period 2005-2007. As early as 1960, the Georgiadi House housed the museum exhibit for the revival of Plovdiv, which is national in nature, as the city has a leading role in this process. In the mid-1980s, the author of the art project approached with the then understanding that the leading one in this case was the museum exhibit and the windows were closed with wooden shutters. After the last restoration, it was decided to open the house, to show its beauties.

The volume of exposure is reduced by focusing on original weapons, belongings and historical testimonials that reveal more about the ethnic cohabitation model in Plovdiv. The space in front of it is a favorite spot for tourists. Together with the Ethnographic Museum, Hisar Kapia and the Church of St. Constantine and Helena, the house is a natural tourist center.