The originally high-ranking equipment of the house Kolk 16 and passages to house No. 14 indicate that Kolk 16 was designed as a connection to No. 14. In the interior of No. 16 important baroque paintings were found, but they were only secured and interconnected, probably because the money for the restoration was missing. It is probable that Kolk 16 had the function of a side wing or old part. Due to its unusual dimensions, the building Kolk 16 is of particular historical and historical interest: at a depth of about 9 meters and a height of 13 meters, it is only 3 meters wide. Despite its narrowness, it claims to have an independent house with its 3 full storeys and its own stagger.