Named Villa Angela, it was already of the counts Cassoli and then of the Crovetti family from Sassari. It shows itself as a XIX century villa surrounded by a wide park. The building has a rectangular plan articulated on three levels. The roof is four-pitched with frontal balustrade, crowned at the top by a terrace. A balcony is placed on the upper floor above the entrance. The lights are regular and symmetrically distributed. Inside, there are some decorated rooms. On the back it's visible the oratory deducated to S.S Grisanti and Daria. On the side of the provincial road, there's a majesty with pillar and triangular moulded frontispiece, made in the XIX century.