The first information on the building dates back to the mid-16th century; the complex, however, develops mainly between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries until it assumed its current appearance around the middle of the nineteenth century. The restoration interventions of Villa Marazza will mainly consist in the recovery of the plastered surfaces, with partial renovation of the detached surfaces. One will be remade continuous plinth in macroporous mortar for lime-based rehabilitation along the base. The planned interventions will then concern the complete cleaning of the surfaces with hydrowashing, grouting and preparation for the new finish. Finally, the wooden eaves will be treated with wax-effect impregnates, after dusting and cleaning all the surfaces.