With its dimensions, construction and decorative details, this big two storey house clearly stands out amongst other, more modest buildings from the 18th century. On each floor of the house, there is a main salon (portego) surrounded by four smaller rooms. A similar room disposition was characteristic of all baroque period buildings in Istria and in the Sincich palace it repeats itself on all floors. The internal disposition is visible on the facades as well. The central part of the facade is decorated with balconies on the first and second floor, while the left and right side of the facade, with the simple design of the windows, seem almost flat. The house remained owned by the Sincich family until the end of World War II when the last family member, Enea de Sincich, left.