Villa Johann August Möbius

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The Villa Johann August Möbius is located in the original district of the Saxon city of Radebeul , at Schumannstrasse 5. It was built in 1896 by the construction company "Gebrüder Ziller" for the factory director Johann August Möbius.

Villa Johann August Möbius

The villa is in the vicinity of the Radebeul Luther Church .


View from the Lutherkirche tower: Schumannstrasse 3 and 5 (right)
Villa of Johann August Möbius (left), center of the picture Sunday home and the old parish and rectory (1901)

The single-storey, today, together with fencing under monument protection standing villa like Villa is traufständig on a high basement floor , down with rubble stone plinth, top with square plaster . The villa has a knee-length floor as well as a protruding, slate-covered gable roof in the Swiss style .

In the street view, there is a two-storey risalit with a gable, whose eaves and verges are supported by carved, wooden consoles . In front of the risalit there is a polygonal, closed veranda with an exit on top. This was originally limited by a balustrade , today there is a simple, unsuitable grille.

In the left side view to the south there is a Palladi motif in the gable. Today's plaster structure comes from a later renovation, plus some simple plaster and sandstone decors. The windows are Sandsteingewände edged and on the main floor by straight Verdachungen crowned.

In 1914 it was given a porch on the back and a flat bay window on the north side.

The fence consists of iron fence panels between sandstone pillars.


Web links

Commons : Villa Johann August Möbius  - Collection of pictures

Individual evidence

  1. Monument registration 08950923. Retrieved on November 26, 2019.

Coordinates: 51 ° 6 ′ 10.1 ″  N , 13 ° 40 ′ 16 ″  E