A picturesque view that takes your breath away as it did in the past can be seen as you walk along Via Mario Pagano as the road initially widens, with an arched entrance still in its original state.
The state of preservation of Casa Gorgolione shows its building technique, the expertise in laying the exposed brickwork and the attention to detail placed in the past. The year of construction remains uncertain, but it was certainly in the first half of the 19th century.
The fully arched entrance with its brickwork pillars leads, through a room with an irregular lowered vault, to the communal courtyard of various houses and where one can admire the profferlo staircase.
The building comprises a basement, a first floor with the actual dwelling and an attic. It is worth noting the balcony and the entrance door, framed by decorative exposed bricks, ending with a small refined cornice, also made of bricks.
Despite the restoration works mainly carried out inside the building, this facade still has its panels and holes to hold the original wooden beams, now nests for swallows. The very large building overlooks Via Manin and Via Crispi, though not with the same design.