The original L-shaped ensemble was extended at the end of the 17 hundreds, conferring a characteristic 18th century look to the whole building. Its access then developed into a large courtyard, around which the ensemble of the various agricultural outbuildings was established, and surrounding the whole, the actual village of Rosende emerged, thus converting the courtyard into a square. At the same time, a paved courtyard was built at the back, enclosed by an austere outbuilding which housed the stales.
The building has been renovated, entirely maintaining its original constuction with thick granite walls, hundred year old chestnut floorboards , which rest on solid beams and rustic moulded wooden ceilings.
On the same principle, the original furniture of the Manor has been preserved, which provides a unique authenticity that takes one back into an unforgettable 18th century atmosphere: the chapel, the sun lounge, the hearth, together with the ample wine cellars and other nooks, show visitors the noble charms of this manor house which seems to have stood still in time.