The pictorial cycle, which was only in good condition underneath the eaves, was recovered, in order to continue the pictorial drafts using the same materials and finishes. The false shutters inside the semicircular lunettes underneath the tympanums of the first floor windows were painted, resuming and following the visible traces present.
The parts of the lateral ashlars, where missing, were integrated with new ones of the same design, while the remaining parts were cleaned from the biological patina covering them, plastered, and then superficially consolidated. Those not adhering to the masonry, were detached and then replaced in their current position. A similar procedure was followed for the basement drafts of the façade, removed and replaced where recent inadequate reconstructions were made, while the remaining parts were cleaned and consolidated.
The string course cornices on the first floor level were reconstructed, where necessary, with modine and lime-based mortar. The decorative apparatus of the windows on this level was stuccoed and restored in new and the few missing stone parts, where possible, were integrated with gray stone of the same type. The cornices and windows of the first floor and basement, where necessary, were reconstructed in lime with a finish similar to the existing ones. The iron elements, balcony railing, and window grilles were protected from rust and then repainted an iron-color.