The unique and original Satici dwelling is located in the city center of Corum. Its plan typology includes an open sofa, and the construction involves a rare technique that uses a wooden carcass filled with mud-brick in every part of the walls. Documentation of this dwelling carries the utmost importance due to its intensive deterioration and the danger of collapse. This article is derived from a master's thesis completed by the authors. The documentation of the dwelling includes measured drawings and analysis of the deterioration and corruptions. Research for restitution, interventional proposals for restoration, and new function are presented.