One of the first houses, entering the hamlet of Cerredolo, has a characteristic tower, well built and maintained belonging to the Muscatelli family.
It has a stone structure with four-layered roof of the 16th century.
A large brick dovecot cornice, with saw-edged motif runs around it while above you can see an eave ceiling with overlapping decorations where holes are placed for the swifts.
The rustic included, on the inside, an open gallery with various windows now bunged and restructured.
On the walls of the building ashlars and anthropomorph depictions stand out, they probably had greeting functions.
Massive ashlars protect the corners of the structure, whose walling is made of local sandstone, and on the surface of which there are traces of antique decorations.
The entire hamlet presents particular noteworthy architectural features: a peculiar characteristic are the anthropomorph images which appear in relief on the walls of the constructions.