A wonderful neo-baroque villa that has been constructed between the two world wars. The villa's exterior is a true reminiscent of French classicist baroque architecture. A circular-shaped facade and a domed mansard roof rise from its center axis, housing the staircase. A long stone stairway leads to the main door. Looking up from the stairway you'll be overwhelmed by this architectural masterpiece.
Sadly the villa has been empty for well over two decades now. With little maintenance it seems, its state is gradually deteriorating. I'm curious what the future holds for this villa. Hopefully, someone will realize its potential and breathe new life into this long-forgotten treasure.