The House is divided into three parts: a representative quarter, a servile quarter, and a large hallway. In the windowed crypt, there are many small paintings depicting cupids, deities, and still life. Many of them are now preserved at the National Museum of Naples. The flooring is made of polychrome marble, and from the terrace near the walls, one could see the Gulf of Naples. The house belonged to a recently freed slave named Celer, as evidenced by a seal found on a piece of charred bread.