Also known as Casa Ponte Fonte, this house was built in the 17th century after the marriage of Jerónimo Ponte Fonte and Catalina Grimaldi. The façade is adorned with sgraffito latticework and the windows and balconies feature elaborate woodwork. The central balcony is made of wrought iron and adorned with plant-like motifs. Topping the window on the third floor is the family coat of arms set in marble. This Asset of Cultural Interest contains a lovely patio with Corinthian pillars and a mill.