Already in 1748 Giovanni Battista Novelli represented in his famous Ancient Rome Map this palace, that in its actual form dates back to the middle of the XVII century. Today we can admire it again in all its new splendor thanks to the recent restoration that increases the value of every artistic element present in the structure. At the entrance of the palace in via del Lavatore you get welcomed by the eighteenth-century travertine portal, that with its white majesty invites you to enter the hall , where you can appreciate in all their new splendor the architectural elements in veined white marble, components that probably belonged to ancient buildings of the late Empire.
In the same room, you can see the basis of the pillars in roman travertine which one time decorated the ground and the noble floor, and that still give light to the impressive grand staircase in peperino stone.
In the ground floor the antique grating in wrought iron brings to the internal cloister where you can admire a steel casting, probably of the XIX century, copy of an ancient representation of the Abundance: Cerere, Earth and harvest goddess, is portrayed with the big cornucopia overflowing with fruits.