Villa Ebbinghaus

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The Villa Ebbinghaus , postal address Hochstrasse 1 , is a listed residential building built in 1902 in the Ennepetal district of Altenvoerde .


The villa, which stands free on a corner plot, was built by the Hagen architect Emil Eichelberg on behalf of W. Ebbinghaus. It is a two-storey building in a traditionalist country house style with Art Nouveau influences . The building was erected in massive brick construction. The top floor, over which there is a hipped roof , has an ornamental framework with partial slate . The wooden lattice windows are surrounded by white stucco frames . On the ground floor, they have round arches and partly pronounced cornices .

On both sides of the street, the roof has ornamental gables with crooked hip roofs and rich, colored verge carvings . On the garden side, an opening for the upper floor has been added. The entrance has a finely crafted glass canopy and wrought-iron stair rails. The door is made of wood and richly decorated with Art Nouveau glass ornamentation. A stucco emblem is surrounded by clinker bricks of different colors in the entrance area. A quarry stone wall with a Wilhelminian style iron railing encloses the villa.

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Coordinates: 51 ° 17 ′ 56.9 ″  N , 7 ° 21 ′ 52.2 ″  E