The villa was built in the village of the fifteenth century. The original family ceased to exist in the eighteenth century. After several changes of hands, the house was once a school. Now it is a private property. It has been restored more than once. In one room, the old medieval murals have been restored.
The building is next to the main road, but it is easily blocked by bushes. A small building, even if it has a clock, is also a miniature design depicted on the top of the building. It seems that the architectural circles of parks have preserved some murals about the daily recreational life of once aristocratic women.