The building called Dům pánů z Kunštátu a Poděbrad is listed and it is a unique and distinguished building due to the fact that it is one of the best preserved Romanesque houses in Prague. The building is originally a Romanesque palace, which is possible to date to the late 12th or early 13th century. In the 15th century, the house was a property of the king Jiří z Poděbrad, who, on 02/03/1458, went from this house to the vote, which appointed him to be the head of the Czech state. Well preserved are three Romanesque vaulted rooms in the basement, a big part of masonry on the ground floor, gables on the first floor, a portal, and numerous details. Palace character of the building was preserved even after Gothic and Renaissance rebuilding. The layout of the building consists of one main wing and two traverse wings, to the main wing adheres a salient single bay and a tower shape house on the left back side.
The building is listed as a cultural monument, is located in Prague Historical Reserve and is as well a UNESCO monument.
At present, the building is completely reconstructed and as a result of the reconstruction in the building, there are 8 newly built high standard flats and a wine shop on the ground floor.