Located in the garden with the big fountain, the suite of 55 m², features in its living room an exceptional wooden construction and offers a view to the square garden with the fountain-pool. In the bathroom with the groined-vault, the mosaic cistern is located in front of the window overlooking the orange garden. In the wooden bench, the deep cooper basin seems to have just been left there. The WC is separate. In the bedroom underneath the dome with a huge hand-made chandelier lies the bed overlooking the triangular orange trees courtyard.
The second Medrese is one of the earliest examples of a western style technical school constructed in the Ottoman Empire and is a reflection of the program of modernization and westernization which Mohamed Ali was simultaneously enacting in Egypt. There are indications (as yet not fully explored) that this school may also have included a printing press. When one considers that this school, together with similar Mühendishanes in Cairo and İstanbul, was one of the earliest western style schools providing secular education in the Ottoman Empire, the importance which Mehmed Ali attached to the small town of his birth becomes even clearer.