The palace and its lands are part of the possessions of one of the most illustrious families in the Principality of Asturias, it has 17.5 hectares of chestnut forests and fruit trees located in the Nalón river valley.
The built-up area is next to a road that gives access to the Villa and the estate. The construction complex is made up of several buildings that have been preserved since the construction period, in the 18th century. It requires comprehensive rehabilitation, although it has been maintained throughout its history, providing the housing area with the necessary elements to be inhabited as a country house.
The palace has three floors below deck, and is built in masonry stone. The different units are distributed in an L shape around a garden. Inside, the rooms are spacious, very bright spaces that still maintain elements from the construction period. Attached to the palace is the chapel with a pointed vault and belfry in a belfry.
In front of the palace building, on the other side of the garden, the old buildings used for stables, warehouses and other services typical of farm work are lined up.
This impressive property is located in the council of Langreo, 20 kilometers from Oviedo and 30 km. from the Asturian coast.