Villa Heil is a stunning abandoned notary villa built in 1895 in Erpe Mere Belgium. The staircase is mindblowing and the villa is full of memories. In front of the stained glass windows we saw stuffed birds and also a fish. The notary was a passionate hunter, he even put the dates on the wooden panels when he had shot the birds. We saw lots of books about laws, duties, even a notebook from school dated 1969. The suitcase with Sabena flight label was really nostalgic. The notary was also interested in religion, royalty and travelling,, he had a whole collection of national geographic magazines. The villa had a room with a nice exposition of child drawings from their grandchild. The wine rack in the cellar was worth a fortune. Visited in September 2013. This historic villa was demolished in August 2016.