Private ownership, stone house, total area 385.9 m²
Viljandis most important region for villas in the 19 and 20 turn of century became the trepimägi area. Whilst the housing is on the downslope, the houses have different number of storeys between the city and lake side facade. To architects, this provided creative freedom and wild flight of fantasy.
The building was constructed in 1930 (planned by Johan Fuks).
In addition to Villa Eichen, the legendary architect Johannes Fuks has also designed great amount of buildings in Viljandi, including villas. The Viljandi town hall building reconstruction can also be credited to him.
Villa Eichen is one of the best known examples for the early style of Johan Fuks funktional houses. The building has some connections to expressionism with its small windowpanes and triangular erkel
The building is constructed on a rubble stone base. Facade is plaster on top of brick wall and the inside wall is roughcast on top logwall. The roof is terne plate.
Entrance to house is possible from ground and first floor. Because the house is built on a slope, the ground floor and the basement is partly under ground.
The house has 14 rooms, which divide into flats:
Basefloor: 2 room apartment.
First Floor: 6 room apartment.
Second floor: two 3 room apartments.
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