The excavation work, carried out between 1982 and 1995, have brought to light the structure of the building is characterized by two distinct phases of life: one, the oldest, probably dating back to the first Imperial period (1st century a.d.), the other dating from the IV-VI century. a.d.
It is a Roman villa rustica, which excavations have so far located only the pars, i.e. fructuaria destined to carry out productive functions and agricultural plants and warehouses for storage; While I have not yet been identified, despite the wide-ranging work long, traces that may suggest the presence of an inhabited part (pars urbana). This absence led to the hypothesis that this could actually be a sort of factory, large agricultural Consortium for community use for machining and economics, favoured by the proximity of the Musone River and the ancient via Flaminia, a vast agricultural and artisanal production before then.