The palace has a rectangular plan with four massive corner towers, dominating the centre of Prossedi but of its history there is little information. The structure goes back to the sixteenth century and and was later expanded by Gabrielli in Baroque-Rococo style in the vogue of the eighteenth century. The building is accessed through elegant low steps and the courtyard in front of the building communicates with the square of the church of Sant'Agata through a decorated iron gate. The palace stands over 20 meters high and, in the schedules, there is a double belt course separating the upper part from the ground floor, with the look of a town-wall. The visit to the palace is limited to the inner courtyard around which open some doors leading into service areas.