The family villa of Toni Klefisch, a German industrial and one of the founders of butchery and meat processing industry in Velika Plana, was built in 1922 in the town center, Miloša Velikog Street. Comparing it to the current proper regulatory street line, this object is set back into the property and has a developed basis with a central layout of the rooms, based on a full symmetry principle.
The villa was designed in massive constructive system with strong bearing old dimension brick walls. The mezzanine construction is wooden; the roof has a complex base and a typical attic form. It consists of a cellar, ground floor, upper floor and an attic. Spatially, the object features well developed masses and cubes of harmonious proportions; the harmony exists both between the cubes and between the architectural corps building and the cubes. The object facades have calm surfaces, harmonious proportions and good façade gaps layout rhythm, deriving also from the functional – organizational scheme of ground floor and upper floor bases. There is no ornamental plastic on the facades. The horizontal division is accentuated on the facades by richly profiled pitch and roof garland. In artistic and formal concepts, the architecture of this object is based on the Post- Academism postulate variation with a noticeable principle of Early Modern History and elements of German folklore architecture.
Besides having exceptional engineering- architectural values, this monument of culture has a significant historical value and a special place in the urban genesis of Velika Plana.