The construction dates from the 18th century and consists of 3 sections with a house, a tower and a chapel. In its 853 m² constructed area, the large tower of four heights and a square plan that presides over the complex stands out; Facing South, on the main facade there is a large arcade on the ground floor that leads to the hallway and a continuous balcony flanked by two impressive noble coats of arms on the upper floor, which is finished off by a large wooden eaves that supports the roof.
Inside we find spacious rooms in good condition, although some of them require some rehabilitation. It retains original features such as some oak wood floors, wooden coffered ceilings and the large stone and wood staircase that gives access to the upper floors.
The palace has been renovated over time, without losing its essence, and is currently in use. It houses several living rooms, dining room, 9 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and service rooms with a kitchen area, pantry, garage, etc. It has central heating and all municipal services.
Attached to the eastern façade of the building, is the chapel that still preserves a beautiful baroque-style wooden altarpiece.
A charming garden of 3 is part of the property. 000 m² with large ornamental trees and flower beds, well cared for and surrounded by a high stone wall to preserve privacy.
This exclusive palace, declared an Asset of Cultural Interest, is one of the most emblematic Palace-Houses in the Trasmiera region, next to the Santoña marshes and the Cantabrian Sea, which offers in this area an extensive coastline of attractive beaches with great tourist demand. 40 km. from Santander and 80 km. from Bilbao.