36, Sevilla Street.
This building represents the construction of a corner: the right angle formed by Sevilla Street along with Santísimo Street.
At the beginning, it was conceived as a lookout fortified tower, but it remained unfinished. Outside, the unfinished and uncovered tower makes the function of a hallway. The simple main facade, from the end of the 16th century, is arranged with a lintelled bay and two corrugated pillars typical of the transition to the early baroque style. The horizontality of the wall is interrupted by the ensemble of four balconies on the left side of the entrance.
Private. No visits.