Bakó House, Ilieni

  • National heritage number:
  • CV-II-m-B-13227
  • Address:
  • 427, ILIENI village; ILIENI commune, Covasna county
  • Dated to:
  • 1793
  • Ownership:
  • Private property

The house sorrounded by a stone fence is situated right in the center of the village together with another residential building which had been attached to it. The building is very unique due to the special plaster decoration. 

Unfortunately, the walls are getting more and more wet with time, which poses a big threat to the current good state of the house. The rectangular shaped building made of stone and brick with its tiled pitch roof is parallel to the main street. To the main entrance a porch is attached, while the south-eastern facade is decorated wih window frames in rococo style. The baroque style gable is decorated with two rectangular vents. Under some parts of the building there is a basement as well. One of the interesting things about the building is that built-in clay pots were found in the streetside wall. The largest hall was decorated with carved beam ceiling. In this respect, there is a resemblance with the Apor castle’s coffered ceiling in Torja.

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