這座2層高的大宅於1894年經過重修，外部具有典型的帕拉第奧式別墅 (Palladian villas) 裝飾風格。由外部門廊階梯或室內圓形樓梯可通往二樓，門廊側有花架。
地下的窗戶比二樓的窗戶小，前者帶有彎曲的頂和深的窗飾。 模製的簷口全屋到處都是。 由於老化和失修，部分天花板已暴露在外。
Lenny, an avid hiker and urban explorer, ventures into an abandoned mansion built in 1887. It is one of the oldest surviving European houses at Mid-levels and has been a Grade I Historic Building since 2011.
The 2-storey house was remodelled with external ornamental classical features typical of Palladian villas in 1894. The first floor level is accessed through a portico reached by a flight of external steps flanked by stepped planters and also by an internal circular stairs.
The ground floor windows are smaller than the first floor windows with curved heads and deep reveals. A moulded cornice runs all around the house at eaves level. Owing to age and disrepair, part of the ceiling is exposed.
Urban exploration is based on the principles of take nothing except picture, leave no trace and not revealing the location.