The tower house is situated inside a rustic complex, located on a rocky outcrop, belonging to the Corti family.
the entrance, carved in the rock, is dominated by the small dovecot tower probably made in the 17th century.
The dovecot has a square layout and four levels and develops on a roughly squared stone base.
On the upper part it has a brick surface. A first linear dovecot border runs on the south-easterly façades, a second border underlines the contour of the eave cornice. The four-layered roof is made of roof tiles.
The entire style is of important environmental value.