The house has an atrium layout with a green area at the back and preserves the most beautiful painting of a city garden. Differently from other houses where paintings of gardens were reserved for reception rooms, here they are used in the private area of the house in two small, elegant cubicles, relax areas. The garden depictions are also enriched by Egyptian style motifs, the attributes of Isis, which perhaps allude to the owner's devotion to the goddess. The first of the two cubicles has a garden with ornamental and fruit plants set up with extreme precision so as to allow the plant species, such as lemons and strawberry trees, to be recognised. The second cubicle has 3 trees of different size, the larger one, in the middle, is a fig tree, sheltering a snake, symbol of prosperity.
Date of excavation: 1913; 1951.