The construction of this small villa dates back to the mid-1920s and was designed by architect E. Vignaroli, commissioned by Dr Leo Angelini. It stands in the middle of a large enclosed garden, bordering the railway line. In an eclectic style, it is characterised by brick walls adorned with large panels of hand-painted Deruta ceramics by the Russian artist David Zipirovic.
The characteristic crenellated turret displays a theory of polychrome ceramic discs of Iberian reminiscence (azulejos). Railings and external wrought iron lamps complete the whole in the purest Liberty style.
A dependency of the small villa, it was built with ultra-modern features as a residence for the last heir, using the large glass surfaces to blend in with the surrounding lawn and tall trees.