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This house, erected in the 18th century, represents a typical example of the traditional domestic architecture of that period. In its facade the central body stands out, framing the main door and the window of the upper floor, in red stonework and topped by a curved pediment of sinuous cut.

The work in red limestone also presents an interesting decoration carved in the form of a diamond point, which adds more relief.

Above the window lies the family coat of arms, made of marble, in contrast to the red stonework.