The building, which probably originated in the 18th century, is a former smallholder farmhouse with a half-timbered construction. Because of its central location it has left its mark on the village. After private renovation efforts failed, the community acquired the property in 2009. The main house was gutted and the ground floor was converted into an open well house. The number 7 has a special meaning in many cultures. The 7 well outlets build an arch to the importance of Kirrweiler as the former summer residence of the prince bishops of Speyer. On the basis of historical research, part of the trench belonging to a former mill in the neighborhood running along the southern boundary of the property was also restored as a watercourse.