The villa, with its sophisticated symmetrical facade design, unites the more objective architectural style with traditional elements of neoclassicism.
Neoclassicism is considered as the last formally uniform style of art and architecture of the Historismus in the early 20th century in the German-speaking cultural area. This eclectic style is also viewed as the beginning of modernity.
All remaining stock internals were obtained during the interior restoration.
Due to this fact it was possible to maintain the original ambience by obtaining the fireplace and some stoves, especially in the entrance hall on the ground floor and in some other rooms.
The ornate pilasters at the corners of buildings shine in new splendor as well as the location on the park side semi-circular bay window with balcony.
The color design of the facade emphasizes the aesthetic character of the villa.