The villa develops around the large central hall on the first floor and has four frescoed rooms facing the front and four at the back. A large central dormer window and four very high pyramidal chimneys give vertical momentum to the frescoed facade of the building.
In 1882, Antonio Caregaro Negrin took care of the restoration: he concentrated the two previous orders of stairs in a single, central hall, to then refine the pre-existing dormer window with perforated balustrades and connected the entrance door with the two neighboring windows in a single molding. He also added frescoed decoration on the facade and between the arches of the barchesse.
The halls from the main floor have floors made of Venetian seminato, and the walls have been enriched with frescoes and temperas; the religious frescoes are very suggestive, which were recovered during the restoration of the large cellars.