The neoclassical Villa was built on the remains of a pre-existing building dating back to the 16th century. It is situated on the plain under the hill of Bettona and is one of the most important examples of a lowland villa in Umbria. The Villa is made up of one main building with three floors full of interior and exterior decorations, and several annexes such as a Church, a hothouse, stables and service farmhouses. The exterior of the Villa features a long driveway reaching the courtyard in front of the Villa. There is a horseshoe-shaped park behind the villa, adjoining a wooded area and a small open-air theater.