The main mansion consists of the seventeenth-century villa built with red bricks, the facade being marked by lines of baked clay borders. A cobble-stoned slope overpassing a brooklet leads to the big embossed main entrance door opening on a south-ward porch, with three arches of vault roof resting on four marble columns. The porch faces an elegant garden of roses, surrounded by an ancient little wall that separate it from the rest of the large park.
Another entrance way, for pedestrians, passes through a fenced garden on the northern side of the whole villa, facing the central little square where you can see the church of the small village.
Finally, a wide entrance crosses the park with a gravelly path leading to a central courtyard between the main and the farm areas, passing among magnolias, rose bushes and cedars, some of which are hundred years old.
In the main villa you can see, on the ground floor, three wide rooms with doors opening on the porch, a bathroom and the kitchen. All the ceilings are shaped in vaults and big brackets, fully covered with frescoes and plasters with oriental and flower motives of the 19th century. The floors are wholly made of original baked paving tiles of the 17th century, both on the ground floor and upstairs, except one room that has an ancient inlaid parquet, set off by a 19th century grand piano. Some beautiful fireplaces in various ancient marbles heat each room, the kitchen and the upper rooms. Moreover a central heating system with radiators assures the interior warmth of the villa. The kitchen, perfectly usable, is fitted with an ancient marble