Defining the cultural heritage values of the houses in the historical urban fabric of Antakya, which has traditional houses with courtyards and culs-de-sac, is important for the conservation of the buildings. Traditional Antakya houses have reached the present day by undergoing changes in the historical process. The traces of the change are crucial important to understand and appreciate the original physical formations of the buildings. Houses have special heritage values that need to be protected. In order to determine the heritage values, it is important to determine the original features of the buildings. In this study, Gali Mansion, located in the north of Antakya's historical urban fabric, is examined. Within the scope of the study, the physical characteristic of the mansion is defined, historical and comparative analysis are presented, and cultural heritage values determined in the light of the restitution study.