The mansion, which is located in the center of Bolu, next to the historical Tabaklar Bath, was completed by Hocazade İbrahim Efendi in 1880. Despite the large earthquakes, the mansion, which has survived to the present day, is one of the examples of civil architecture; It was built as a whitewash on wood-based, stone-based plastered plaster in accordance with Ottoman architecture.
The rooms of the mansion, which is composed of three floors, have a large place on the rectangular framed windows, allowing the rooms to get more light. The rooms are placed around the sofas on each floor, and each room has a stove (fireplace), gin cabinets, lifters. The mansion, which contains countless examples of woodworking, especially ceilings, stairs and cabinets, was restored in 2013, remaining true to its original.
Today; It serves as “Mercan-i Restaurant” in a history of more than 100 years with its cuisine combining original and local tastes.