Villa Mazzarosa Devincenzi is a historical residence, now privately owned, dating back to the second half of the 19th century and extending until the second half of the 20th century.
The villa features a compact floor plan and has four prominent corner bodies. It is spread over two floors with a mezzanine, emphasized by double string courses and rests on a single base.
The front facing the sea showcases a loggia with a balustrade and terrace, accessible through a small staircase, defined by three round arches supported by Corinthian columns with pulvins. The tripartite division on the upper floor is repeated through the use of Corinthian pilasters that support the cornice.
On each side in the setback portion, there is a terrace with an entrance. The facades are characterized by a large number of windows: arched single windows, kneeling windows, windows framed by pilasters and surmounted by pediments.