Mawlawi House, which is located on the northern outskirts of Mount Spil within boundaries of the National Park, was built in 1369. The structure is ordered by İshak Çelebi, the grandson of Saruhan Bey who dominated the region during principalities period in Anatolia, to be constructed. The structure, which is located on the outskirts of Mount Spil overlooking Manisa, has gone through many repair works throughout its history, and has lost some of its architectural features.
It is understood from the texts written by Awliya Chelebi (Evliya Çelebi), who makes a remark about the building in his book titled “Traveler's Chronicle”, that there has been a Byzantine church standing in the land of Mawlavi House, which has served its purpose for centuries. The Mawlawi House, constituting one of the steps through which the history of beliefs is followed, when considered tohether with Kybele monument located in the area and with the weeping rock symbolizing Niobe, a mythological character; has a spiritual beauty in the forest overlooking the scenic view of Manisa.