The Arrese House dates back to the first half of the 16th century. Built with a single entrance arch, small windows and garitones under the roof, which gave the building a robust appearance, reminiscent of defensive towers of the Middle Ages. The façade facing Barrenkale has four levels, although the organisation of vain has been transformed completely; in the corners and in the central part we may observe garitones, very typical elements in the rural tower houses of modernism. However, in the second half of the 16th century the pronounced appearance of the building was softened and one of the angles was opened and finally a decorated balcony was built on the family shield. In this way the juxtaposition of the shield and the balcony gives the tower-house a palatial aspect, following the aesthetics of the renaissance.