Located opposite Casa la Alhóndiga, this house dates from the second half of the 18th century. It has two floors, and a third floor can be accessed from the inside. The tiled roof has an overhanging ledge peering out under the eaves, and a balcony with a hipped roof, made of four sections and supported by double corbels. The house is arranged around the central patio, with flagstone floors, whilst the other floors are made of wood and branch off from a wooden veranda that surrounds the patio. The house still has the old kitchen and fireplace.