The house is compact and asymmetrically composed. The first and the second floors had two similarly planned apartments. The rectangular forms of the façade are softened by the rounded edges of the bay windows and balconies. The owners of the house – children’s doctor Vincas Tercijonas, who carried on his private practice here, and his wife – educator and social activist Ona Putvinskaitė-Tercijonienė. Year: 1936. Style: Modernism. Architect Bronius Elsbergas.