Eighteenth-century country house, simple type, of the Schiatti family. It has a square plan developed on two levels and concluded by a four-pitched roof. Above the entrance door, toward east, a earthenware tile is walled in, in cartouche with an angel head and the epigraph: "Non est hic aliud nisi Domus Dei-Gen.28". Inside, there's an oratory dedicated to the Visit of Maria Vergine. On the side of the street it's notable a magnificence in tympanate pillar. Behind the old castle you can see the structures of a rural house with tower.