Following the Valdecarzana palace, this construction rises, with which the porticoed front of Calle Ferrería begins. It is a small construction dating from the 18th century, adapted to a small plot, at the confluence of two streets, resolved in the lower part with an arcade towards Ferrería street, supported by three columns that support a stone wall. Towards Sol street, it has three openings on the ground floor, one on Ferrería street. On the upper floor there is a corridor with a wooden bar towards Sol street and three openings towards Ferrería street, the central one standing out for its dimensions, with a flush balcony with a wooden parapet. The building culminates in a large loft, set back from the façade line.