The house belongs to the Marquisate of Campo Verde.
Its facade is one of the rare examples preserved from the civil architecture of the 16th century. A stone canvas hangs from the ledge of the eaves: it is formed by two juxtaposed rectangles with similar dimensions. The first one is a wide frame of ashlars with concentric reliefs which keep a grille with a metallic crown. Then, we find the transition of the entablature, lying on two slim half columns, with a vegetal corbel hanging from it. We can also see two columns with high whitewashed pedestals concealed in the surface of the wall.
Private. No visits.