The parish is protected by an imposing bell tower that originally served as a watchtower. Later, in the first half of the 16th century, it was transformed and refined, with the addition of the wide mullioned windows that we see on each side, surmounted by brick arches. The large window is supported by octagonal columns, and the shutters of the arches at the top of the tower are decorated with a denticulated cornice that also surrounds the roof. Entering the church we pass through a loggia, built in the 17th century, supported by brick columns with Ionic-inspired capitals.
The interior, with a wooden roof truss, is enriched by four aedicule altars including a 16th century one, a model for the others built two centuries later. On the altars and walls of the chancel, valuable paintings by painters Francesco Granacci, Giovanni Stradano, Matteo Rosselli and Giacinto Fabroni.