Name of property:
Large detached two-storey cube-shaped structure. Two hipped roofs with ridges parallel to square. Profiled, heavy cornice topped with low parapet on front and side façades. Front façade symmetrically laid out. Central balcony supported by two double columns forming a portico. Full-frontage terrace and U-shaped block of stairs. Dentate quoins on corners. First floor: door to balcony with two windows on both sides. Ground floor: door with two pairs of coupled windows on both sides, topped with triangular fronton and flanked with columns.
Architectural historical and esthetical value as an example of a cube-shaped building with a portico and characteristic classical details. Cultural historical value as the former residence of Governor de Rouville who commissioned the construction in 1864-65. Specific value as part of a protected monumental townscape.