Casa de Don Quicón

Mountain style chalet from 1925 built for Rogelio Gutiérrez Sordo, an enriched Indian in Mexico. The project is by the architect Miguel García-Lomas Somoano, forming a free-standing house with a rectangular floor plan, with a basement, two floors and an undercover, with two towers flanking the main façade.

The main entrance is through the center of the main facade, accessing it through a stone staircase. The farm is closed with a stone wall and railings.


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