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Erected in the middle of the 18th century by the military Matías Franco de Castilla, it follows the prototype of traditional domestic architecture of that century. On the Baroque carved stone facade, with the coat of arms of the family name, there is an interesting half-relief in marble with a wooden frame, representing the Virgin between Saint John the Evangelist and Saint Jude Thaddeus.

In 1970 it was destroyed by a fire, and in 2009 it was restored so as to recover the proportions of the old patio.