The site is composed of two buildings, the main and the annex building, positioned around internal courtyards, surrounded by crenellated walls where there’s a round arched-portal surmounted by a trabeation and a tympanum. The main building has two floors above ground, a basement and an attic, with linear façades, a gabled roof and porter lodges on all 4 corners. The rooms inside, of large dimensions, maintain the original wooden walls and ceilings with 16th and 17th century decorations. The annex building has two floors above ground and is connected to the villa by a corridor on the ground floor and by rooms on the first floor. It has linear façades, plastered and painted, a garbled roof and a bent tile covering. The estate also has a tower, which is two floors taller and is structurally damaged in a few points. Near the main building there’s an oratory dedicated to Our Lady of the Snow, with brick walls nearly completely plastered. There are also a few rural buildings in a terrible state. The site has a vast external area and is property of the University of Bologna “Alma Mater Studiorum”.