This seventeenth-century House-Palace occupies an entire trapezoidal block and it belonged to the family Virués de Segovia. The façade is made of stone and above the lintel of the door there is an oval incut marble shield representing the family of Inestal and Virués de Segovia. On the outside, you can see reinforcement columns in the corners. The interior is organized around a courtyard where the limestone pedestal of the well stands out.
Free, only façade.