Located in the lower part of town, "La fun't cell" is of the recessed niche type, with both a fountain and a drinking trough. The latter, in stone with a rectangular shape, is inserted into the niche on the left, with a rounded arch, against a wall made from opus incertum. On the right the fountain, which is also set within a recessed arch, is made up of a trough with a simple guard rail, currently partially covered by a stone floor where the water collects into circular openings with hollows. On the back wall there are three taps: two of them emerging from stone masks.
In the space between the two niches is a cast iron wall spout from 1932, as we can see by the inscription A. XI, referring to the year within the Fascist Era.