Few are the data known related to the House and Villa of Naia (Casa da Naia). Only the dates written on the garden fountains and yards allow us to place its construction between the late XVII century or the beginning of the XVIII century, which matches the propriety typology, with U shape, characteristic of the XVII century Portuguese civil architecture (AZEVEDO, 1969).
The villa is bounded by a wall, where a straight lintel gate, placed in an imposing structure defined by pillars. The pillars support the entablature on which stand the side pinnacles and battlements, framing, in the middle, the pediment flaps with an unidentified stone weapon. Two panels of polychromic tiles, representing S. Pedro and St. António, side the gate.