The Kohkola homestead is also located on the same grounds. The house represents the Southern Lapland style that is popular in the river valley. It is located in Kauliranta and was spared destruction during the German retreat of the Lapland War.
A man named Kohkoinen lived in Kauliranta in the 16th century, but the logs of the existing building date back to the 18th century. The restoration work honored the traditional style of building such homesteads and the house is now the venue for many kinds of activities such as events and art exhibitions. The Ylitornio Museum and Homestead Association leases the house for people hosting many types of events. In summer, a cafeteria is active on the premises.