Address: C/ Carlota Quintanilla
Covering a large surface area, this is one of the palace-houses of greatest interest in the town. Made of masonry, it dates to the end of the 17th century and the building probably took advantage of the structure of a pre-existing house.
The façade has two bodies, the first adorned with Tuscan columns and the second with Ionic columns and a curved pediment, under which we can see the family coat of arms.
Points of interest
The courtyard in the lower gallery has marble columns.
The rooms of the house are organized around the central courtyard.
The upper floor, or winter house, has whitewashed coffered walls.
It is interesting not only for its furniture but also for the canvases, engravings and lamps that decorate the house.