A fully overgrown private tree-lined avenue leads the way to the sturdy large gate of the property. After entering the estate one would enter the forepart were servants quarters and stables would lead you towards the entrance of the villa.
The first existence of a structure on the estate must've dated back to the second half of the 18th-century as some plaques indicate inside the estate's neoclassical style chapel. Later on, the simple construction would've been expanded into a real country villa.
Entering the main courtyard you're welcomed by a large ancient clock located high on the central tower. From this spot, it is clearly visible how long the estate must have been abandoned. The wings of the villa are entirely hidden behind the overgrown greenery.