Interesting rural nucleus with a master country house and an oratory. The palace is probably attributable to the XVIII century, during the 1800s it was property of the Sidoli family. It has an articulated volume with a central part developed on four levels and two side bodies protruding in comparison to the perspective. The lights are regular and symmetrically distributed. Despite the decline, resulting from the frammentation of the property and the interventions, it still preserves diffferent elements that characterize the architectural composition. In the recently restored part of the nearby rustic it's visible the oratory, deconsacrated and reduced to other use, dedicated to S. Antonio from Padova, it shows a hut facade, with a frontispiece crowning, facing west. Also the rustic presents a type of specific elevation, on the southern facade a beautiful porch with architrave lights.