The building, built nearly a thousand years, in the late eighteenth century undergoes a major transformation and expansion at the hands of the notary Francesco Antonio Mannarini, whose descendants, also notaries, they hark back to mid-nineteenth century, embellishing it, the facade, and adding an additional floor, the third, the two pre-existing, over the ground floor.
The building therefore has a sober and balanced façade with the nineteenth-century orders. To this period belong the shelves and balconies with stone slabs, the stone cornices, cast iron balconies, the important portal, the wooden door and the wonderful French windows, with internal doors, wooden.
They are still present the locks, the hardware, the rostra of the door with the initials of the notary Domenico Mannarini.
Have been found, and expertly reused, seven hundred of floors glazed earthenware tiles and decorated with bright colors, found in some rooms of the first floor.
More glazed ceramic tiles of three hundred and five hundred they have been discovered in the course of the work and embellish the floors and walls of the lobby and the reception on the ground floor, along with the original curved elements in glazed earthenware that were the railings of the old terrace.
The restoration aimed the conservation and development of all the architectural and antique finishing elements that allow it to “breathe” the historical events suffered from the building, over 2700 years !!!
It has been preserved intact the facade the three underground floors, the balconies, the cornices, the portal with the imposing front door, the floors of the early twentieth century Art Nouveau designs in colored concrete, stone elements of the terrace which allowed its use for drying racks and preparation the supplies, the dried preserves, etc.
The design and supervision of building restoration work have been cured by the engineer architect Giuseppe De Bellis.