The building has an articulated construction that defines two sides of Piazza San Giovanni. It consists of a main building - placed at an angle on the right-hand side of the square - and a secondary one in the background, connected by a vaulted passage. The first shows an asymmetrical facade, plastered and divided into four levels - according to the usual pattern of the aristocratic houses of Scanno - and ends with a large carved stucco cornice. Worthy of note are the balconies with Rococo style railings on the top floor and the main entrance, in a Baroque style, distinguished by a portal - balcony system, which is one of several types of portals that adorn many homes and buildings in Scanno.
The carved, stone arch with square blocks is framed by two pilasters ending in brackets that support the balcony above and is defined by an elegant wrought iron railing. The jambs of the door, with flared top corners, support the architrave and are surmounted by a pediment with side wings, at the centre of which is a carved shell, a typical Baroque and Rococo motif.
To the left of the portal - added on to the main elevation and resting on a perpendicular structure - is a lowered arch, which connects it to the secondary construction, consisting of a small two-storey building. Its façade is crowned horizontally, and closed by pilasters with staggered, angular segments. The dominant feature is the 19th-century portal-balcony system, with jambs and an arch framed by pilasters which support the top of the door and which terminates in a neoclassic tympanum.