It is another building due to the promotion of the Selgas brothers, initially dedicated to the parsonage of the neighboring church. After the civil war, it became the headquarters of the Civil Guard.
It is a rectangular building with three levels. The ground floor is organized as a portico supported by semicircular arches, while the main level is made up of a succession of double windows of different styles, topped at the ends by triangular pediments. On the upper floor there are small square holes.
It presents the building, of clear Renaissance inspiration, a movement in plan, playing with the entrances and the projections, to give movement to the structure.