After extensive renovations, lasting over 10 years, Klianti House is once again open to the public. One of the oldest wooden frame residential buildings, from the Bulgarian Revival period in Plovdiv's old town, it dates back to the mid 18th century. Klianti House represents the early asymmetrical house in Plovdiv; the rich decorative detailing is impressive, while the so called himala, a transitional space between two storeys, is one-of-a-kind and must have been a favourite play area for the children of the house. Over the years the house changed owners several times and today it bears the name of its first owner, Georgi Klianti a merchant of woollen fabrics. Although the admission price is a bit steep, it is worth it to absorb and admire the truly magnificent restoration.