The house stands out because of the highly original “Dutch” type of facade not seen in Lithuania elsewhere. Like a make-believe screen it covers the whole house, which has neither the customary plinth nor, it seems, a roof. The latter, in fact, exists but is obscured by walls extending to the top. In spite of the not very conspicuous protrusions that form a stepped silhouette only at the very top, the facade creates the impression of a continuous plane which is nevertheless made to “sing” by a picture, in relief, of shapely arches that connect the center with a high staircase window. There was a private practice on the first floor, that belonged to physiciant Paulina Kalvaitytė.