In the old memories of the former 44 Rákosárok Street, perhaps still lives on what was preserved by the 1870s from the manors irrigated from the side branch of the Danube where today’s Grand Boulevard is located. At the time when it was built, this place still might have had a flair of the outskirts. The cast iron pillars and balusters were probably made in the iron foundry owned by the developer’s younger brother, Antal Oetl. The house remained in the ownership of the Oetl family until it was socialized after the Second World War. Unfortunately, later the façade of the building has been deprived of its original ornaments.