House owned by the stone sculptor Johann Martin Sattler. Originally situated in the Löhergasse, it later had to give way to the development of the Löherplatz (=trans-location).
Moderately dimensioned, half-timbered house of the "Hessian" type with symmetrical facade. Side-gabled residential building, defined by centre oriel with gable and parapet plaque. On the first floor, narrow window axes with St Andrew's crosses.