The postioning of the church, with the front facing towards the village and the apse and the sacristy facing onto the square, is rather unusual. The façade still retains its late Romanesque portal of 1489, with decorative details relating to the schools of Valva Casauria.
In the moulding of the two pillars and the profile of the semicircular raised archivolt, the ornamental patterns appear different. On one side there are ribbons shaped like arches and, on the other straight palms, which were also used in the parapets of the churches of San Clemente a Casauria and at San Pelino in Corfinio.
On the entablature is a carved cross in palm leaves alternating with four star-shaped flowers.
Inside the church you can admire the statue of the Madonna and Child from the 15th century and the 16th century baptismal font.