The palace owes its current connotation to an ancestor of the current owners, Giuseppe Tucci, who towards the middle of the eighteenth century decided to renovate the residence in which the family had already resided for more than two centuries, adapting it to the new architectural criteria.
The renewal takes place in conjunction with Giuseppe Tucci's marriage to Maria Teresa Guinigi. The renovation work was radical, so much so that no trace of the pre-existing building, from the medieval era, remains on the front elevation, while the lack of plaster on the rear elevation still allows one to read the original structure, consisting of the merging of several houses and towers. A beautiful decorated terracotta arch, visible in the internal courtyard, proves the importance that the residence also had originally.