The building of the house in General János Kiss street 55-59. (former Oszkár Fery street) was aimed at eliminating the housing shortage in the early 1900s and providing housing for civil servants.
In the public design competition announced on June 15, 1927, István Medgyaszay won the 1st prize and he was commissioned to prepare the final plans. House No. 59 was built by master architect Ignác Berényi. The house has a pharmacy and a grocery store from the beginning, and there was an upholstery workshop on the site of the restaurant. Already in the 1930s, a restaurant operated here, entitled: “Sándor Fekete’s Brasserie in Németvölgy”, then the restaurant called “Makk Hetes” could come over from 57 Németvölgyi út.
The creator of the mural ensemble of the residential house is Ferenc Márton, a painter, graphic artist and sculptor. House No. 59 features village mate selection and family formation, while the other two houses show scenes from the miracle deer and peasant work and life. Residents of the house and those around them celebrate the "House Day" every summer.