A dwelling built in the year 1900 that retains the structure and nature of a rural home from that period and from the area where it is located, with wide walls and a whitewashed façade, windows with grilles and outside austerity. This contrasts with the interior, that includes more modernist construction and decoration elements, such as hydraulic tiled floors with cheerful designs or vaulted ceilings. Most rooms in the house have this particularity and the noble rooms are specially unique. The property is built over an area of 256m² and includes two halls, six bedrooms, bathroom, toilet, kitchen with pantry and dining room. The main body of the house ends in a gallery that provides access to the rear patio. The top floor has an attic and two terraces.
The house is located on one of the main street in the town of Barcarrota, home to the old "Conquistadores" and in the route of the Iberian produce, just 45km form Badajoz in the Olivenza region.