The property, located in Cologne, has a strong recognition given by the stylistic elements that characterize it and by the remarkable landscape context due to the presence of a park with valuable tree species. The villa, which externally has walls with scratch decoration, is accessed through a wooden door in the twentieth century style. The building with three floors above ground, has a stairwell with two flights with stone steps, decorated and embellished with a finely worked iron railing. Both on the ground floor and on the first floor it has a central distribution corridor with decorated walls and coffered ceiling and side rooms that have ceilings with floral motifs stucco. The rooms, very bright and spacious, have significant internal heights (3.60 m) on all three floors, including the attic. The ground floor veranda opens onto the large wooded park. The floors are both on the ground and first floor in the central distribution corridor in tiles, and in the wooden side rooms. Some room walls feature tempera lozenge motifs and other wallpaper coverings. The villa has in the basement a room accessible from the outside used as a church, now deconsecrated and once used by the town's parish priest. The adjacent cellar is accessible from the shaft staircase and through a hole in the masonry, an underground tunnel opens that runs under the park and then goes up externally. On the roof stands a turret with stone columns, probably a former watchtower, connected to a terrace. The property, which is in need of renovation, reveals its ancient splendor and is suitable for those who are fascinated by historic and decorated buildings.