Stenvillan och lusthuset
Stenvillan (in English: Villa of stone) is a unique monument that shows the craftsmanship of the local stonemasons. Kessel & Röhl had the villa built 1877 as a combined residence and office.
The villa shows how the early business leaders of industrialism manifested power and wealth.
The villa was built of local granite. The exterior walls consist of boulders, cut in an unusual way for Swedish conditions in those days. The exterior of Stenvillan has essentially retained its original appearance. Indoors, there have been major changes. Next to Stenvillan is a smaller house in the same style.
Today the villa is used as a private residence.
Lusthuset (in English: The pavilion) was built in 1887 at the height called Adolf Höhe. In 1946 discussions about the origin of the name erupted in the local press. A reporter stated in an article that the name was a tribute to Adolf Hitler. This was denied a few weeks later: it was Adolf Kessel who named the rock, in memory of himself.