Semicircular driveway, ionic columns by the doorway, a two - floor hall around which there were presentable rooms located. There was a study and communicating library and billiard room to the south, with a four - column entrance that resembled a ducal audience room. To the east there were a dining room, a living room and a corner room with a half - round oriel and an exit to the garden. All of these reflected the finesse of the architect on one hand, and emphasized the social status of the Rhineland industrialist family on the other.
The interior of the villa was decorated with impressive splendour, visible in marble, mouldings, wainscots and tapestries. The palace is thought to have had the most beautiful polychromes in Lower Silesia.
The design of the residence, reflecting the colossal order idea gave the whole complex a palatial character of classical and baroque origins. Today it is the most beautiful extant example of historicism in Wroclaw.
The surroundings of the Southern Park, which is a natural extension to Schoellers' garden and was designed by Hugo Richter and Prof. Ferdinand Cohn, have always been a proof of unique location of the villa. The XIX-century park was created as an element of planned development of the city and was supposed to be a place of relaxation for the citizens of Wroclaw. There is a lot of interesting dendrological specimens to see on a nearly 58 - acre area. Today, Southern Park is a great example of old garden art. It also gained a status of a monument of nature in 1995.
The Schoeller residence is contiguous to the park and originally it was located in the suburbs of the city. Today it is one of outstanding buildings in the heart of Wrocław. For years it has been premises of Academy of Music and now it is the most exclusive hotel in the city.