A villa of extensive artistic, historical and architectural interest. It was constructed in the 19th-century. History of the area actually dates back way further. The first structure in the area was a church built in the 11th-century. The surroundings are highly picturesque and calm. Lots of trees and the hilly landscape provide an amazing view.
The building also had its dark days. It was used as a female prison and internment camp during the Second World War. After the war, it received its final purpose serving as a nursery school. In the last two decades, it's been vacant and decaying.