Kordopulova house is the most famous Melnik house. Built in 1754 by a rich family in Melnik – Kordopulovi. The house has been completely restored with its original interior architecture, decorated with murals, carvings and stained glass. The house consists of a ground floor, which has wine cellars with capacity - from 250 to 300 tons of wine. Entering the house the living room makes a big impresion with its 24 windows in 2 rows. The top row is decorated by colorful murals, Venetian and oriental style. The ceiling of the room is made of wood. It depicts the sun with twelve tapered rectangles - the number of months in a year. Another remarkable thing is hiding place where Yane Sandanski - a close friend of the owner - was hiding. Now the house is restituted and functions as a private museum, but the majority of the exhibits are located in the City Museum.