The oldest preserved folk house in Drietom dates from the middle of the 19th century. The living part of the house with three rooms is built of adobe brick. In the later period, an economic part - a room and a shelter - was added to the residential part. The kitchen has a brick stove with tiles. The windows on the main facade facing the street are from the kitchen and the bedroom, and there is a closet to the yard. The house was declared a national cultural monument in 1963. After the reconstruction, the house will house the Museum of People's Housing.