The building, dating from the fifteenth century, is among the most notable examples of Renaissance architecture in Apulia and was built by the Gentile family. It currently houses a bank.
The facade is divided symmetrically by the monumental entrance door surmounted by a loggia and a large balcony window. On both sides there are many windows, eight ones on each side and four windows on each floor.
The first floor is dressed with rusticated masonry, the main floor is divided from the ground floor by a stone cornice on which the name of the purchaser and the date of the building’s foundation are engraved. The upper floor is smooth and divided by windows.