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MRK 531
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Germiyan Caddesi’nde yer alan ve 20. yüzyıla tarihlenen yapı, iki katlıdır. Ahşap karkas arası kerpiç duvar örtü ile inşa edilmiştir. Üst örtü beşik çatılı alaturka kiremitle kaplıdır. Yapının arka kısmında bir bahçe vardır. Dış cephe beton sıvalıdır. Yapının ön cephesine sonradan metal bir kapı eklenmiştir.

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