The building, which is located in the western part of the village, in the district called Codacchiola - a short drive from the Fountain of Pisciarello - is principally of interest because of its Baroque style main entrance. It is characterized by the rich pediment of the arch, with elegant scroll motifs and a mixtilinear gable.
On the transom above the keystone is a motif which recurrs in different forms on many doors which can be admired in Scanno.
Built during the 17th and 18th centuries, not only for the homes of nobles, but also for common homes, these buildings are a testament to the economic prosperity achieved in that period by this mountain village, thanks to the herding activities that it was involved with.
The building also has a curiosity: on the front of the building, at the top, are still visible two slots which point toward the entrance of the building. In the past these allowed the residents to aim their guns at their enemies directly from the upper windows.