Building facing Manuel Llaneza and Teodoro Cuesta streets. It has a rectangular floor plan, ground floor, two floors and lofts.
Towards the Camino de Santiago it presents its most developed façade, in which there are three flown balconies, with wrought iron parapets, on each floor. In the narrower façade there is a continuous wooden gazebo on the two floors, ending in a large loft.
It has decorative elements arranged in ceramic panels that appear under the cornice.