Very little can be seen today of the Ten Rooms' Cave Villa, as it is partially buried and shrouded in thick vegetation. Only a two-armed cistern remains in the northern and highest section. The cistern - of which only a small portion is visible - was built within a foundation in opus coementicium.
The water reservoir, through canals of which no traces have been found so far, supplied the complex of the Villa, situated further down the slope. The only trace left of the complex is a wall that, being quite thick, could be a perimeter wall.