The villa was built in 1904–1906 by the famous Viennese architect Karl Seidl as the summer residence of Baroness Louise von Wiesenburg.
You can find on the plot a 400-year-old fishing house, which reminds that the city was a fishing village before becoming a spa resort in 1898.
There is a garden with old trees. The facade of the house is decorated with neo-Renaissance columns, a lunette with a mosaic depicting two angels – a copied detail from Raphael’s Sistine Madonna, and a stone relievo of Saint Nicholas.
The first floor includes a spacious hall, a living room with a fireplace and an access to the terrace overlooking Kvarner bay and the islands, a staircase leading to the second floor with bedrooms and terraces, and also to the attic.
- alarm system
- video surveillance system