The third house at Hylla is a masonry house which was built of hollow cement blocks - with smoothly plastered walls. It has a full storey, with a steep-pitched roof and a gable on the south side. This house has a richer and more composite form than the two wooden houses. It has details from the Jugendstil, particularly the windows which have the characteristic small paned windows above.

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