The structure and the layout of this sober property keep the primitive aesthetic harmony and proportions, indicating an architectural focus based on the proportionality of the constructions.
The palace was built on 1,175m² and it includes two rectangular units placed at 90 degrees with each other, whitewashed masonry façades and stone window and door sills. It is worth noting the layout of the openings, as well as their decoration with mouldings and forged iron on the balconies decorated with an old noble coat of arms.
The interior of the house can be accessed through a wide entrance hall that leads to a landing providing access to the ground floor rooms and the majestic stone staircase to the upper floor. The interior spaces, currently in use, need some renovation so they can be adapted to the current needs.
Adjoined to the main construction there is a small 72m² squared chapel with belfry.
Other buildings in need of renovation are the two adjoining houses, the stables and the garage area. The entire set is built over a total area of 2,064m².
There are 32,000m² of garden surrounding the construction and the design is a classic one with walks and hedges combined with ornamental trees and a prairie area, a swimming pool built later on and small forests with local trees.
The appealing property is located in an area between the mountains and the Asturian coast, 16km from Gijón, 20km from Oviedo and 7km from Pola de Siero, an urban centre with all the services and capital of the Council.