It occupies an area of about 15 decares and comprises chain buildings, two-section and three-section structures and walls that form a large yard and divide it into six parts. The numerous premises are used as dwellings for business and industrial purposes. There is information that the premises in the western part were used as places where white clay painted ceramics was produced while a glass melting furnace was found in the northeastern end of the complex. A crossed-dome church with four free pillars for the dome is situated in the northern yard. A family tomb with ten burial chambers and one stone grave constructionally linked to the northwestern corner of the tomb is stuck to the northern wall of the church. The massive walls and the nature of the findings in the building south of the church make us think that the building used to have two floors and probably served as a dwelling for the owner of the complex. Some stamps of Tsar Simeon and Tsar Peter and 18 Byzantine stamps from the Х-th-ХI-th century show that the complex was inhabited by a high-standing civilian with important administrative functions.