The facade has two floors. The ground floor is characterized by five windows, the first floor by six. The windows on the ground floor are guarded by railing. The most interesting (and best preserved) is definitely the portal. It is characterized by a sandstone architrave with entablature, bearing the emblem of the Malaspina, it consists of two spaces. In the upper one is an eagle with a crowned head, below there is a thorny branch, symbol of this family.
Interior: The compartment which has maintained an artistic importance, is the kitchen (the first room on the left), which still retains a fireplace (it seems seventeenth century) and a well with pulley sliding of the rope to draw water.
Secure the history of the portal: the sixteenth century. The side entrance opens onto "Via Marconi" 8, one of the many narrow streets that make up the urban and leading to the square of the parish church.