Besides the commercial houses and town-houses, an additional type of house can be connected to a trade, the winedresser’s house. The most well-known winedresser’s house that can be seen today is the so-called Ráby House. It is a traditional Baroque building with twin houses and one garden. It has a coffered entrance gate, wrought-iron cellar gate and stone-framed windows. It was the home of Ráby Mátyás, known from the novel Rab Ráby of Jókai Mór. The keystone of the elliptical arched gate of the Ráby House shows a bunch of grapes and the date 1768 can also be seen.