The front of the building is plastered and has a stone entrance way with simple jambs with ledges on which there is a round arch with a moulded cornice and a keystone decorated with a pattern of foliage. The larger apertures, arranged in two rows, are made up of Renaissance-style windows and balconies with wrought iron railings.
Historical NotesThe building is located in the medieval village of Corfinio and now houses the interesting "Antonio De Nino" Archaeological Museum. Artifacts unearthed in archaeological excavations carried out in and around the village are preserved and displayed here. The building, renovated in recent times, dates from the 17th century and belonged to the Trippitelli family from whom it takes its name. Previously it was owned by the Colella family.