This unique mansion was the recreational home of a prestigious family from the region.Its facades combine Renaissance and Mudejar elements characteristic of 18th-century Aragonese architecture.
The mansion has a built area of 544 m² that is distributed over two lower floors.It is a building with a square floor plan, built in stone masonry and Arab brick, in which the arcade of its main façade stands out, with 6 identical semicircular arches on the two main floors and a large eaves and small windows on the lower roof. , still retains the family coats of arms and a sundial from the time of construction.
The interior of the mansion is accessed from the gallery on the ground floor, which preserves the large gate with an arch of stone masonry.The interior rooms have been adapted to the customs and needs of different times and their decoration is sober and elegant; the use of noble woods in its coffered ceilings, doors and windows stands out.
The rooms of the house are spacious and very bright.It has a distributor, living room with original stone fireplaces, kitchen, 5 bedrooms and two bathrooms.It has electricity network and water well.
Its almost 4 hectares of land are fenced and it has a garden that surrounds the mansion in which an ancient cypress 20 meters high of great beauty is preserved.The rest of the land is irrigated and fruit trees.
The property is located in the orchards near La Almunia de Doña Godina, a municipality that preserves an excellent cultural heritage and in which both Christians and Muslims had their recreational houses in times past."