Küsel built a “magnificent, almost princely garden house” and had the terraces enclosed with strong, massive walls designed in the style of French rulers. A gate that led to this garden, costed in iron and stone alone 12,000 Taler. Viewed from the front the little castle was flanked by two gate houses, which featured an impressive wrought iron gate. Originally the name of the facility was prominently shown in the middle of the gates, today a lantern shines there. The main facade looks well-proportioned and for a Rococo building looks almost modest. Mirror symmetry is achieved with delicate decorative cornices over the windows. Originally, the mansard roof was supposed to have been covered with blue clay roof tiles and was renewed in the 80’s in the same style. Also, originally, the facade was in red, whereby the dividing facade elements stood out in a light color. Inside the architecture boasts very well-proportioned rooms that are airy, bright, sunny and look inviting at any time of the day or year. During a restoration survey in 2016 the corresponding rests were discovered. Today, you will find an impression of this in the room “Zeitreise” (Time-travel). It is today, the only and at the same time the most magnificent remaining evidence of the transition of the feudal, aristocratic architecture.
Since spring 2017 the Schlösschen Bellevue opens its doors to the public as a charming private hotel.