It dates back to between the first and fourth centuries AD. The remains of the villa are made up of several rooms, among which a high class house stands out, which had a peculiar technology to regulate the interior temperature, the so-called hypocaust. This was a heating system consisting of an air chamber built under the house, which was supported by brick pilasters, and which was heated by means of ovens attached to the building. The ceiling of this chamber coincides with the floor of the room, radiating the heat from the basement to the house. It could be the “Aquis Originis” mansion.