Casa de La Concha

Large house, with four heights (basement, two floors and under cover), with a gabled roof. It is located in a farm surrounded by a stone wall and railings, which gives access to a path that leads to the main entrance of the building, very prominent, after a staircase leading to the entrance porch, located in the central axis of the building , under a viewpoint that extends over the two upper heights of the building. A large gallery develops on the façade to the right of the main entrance.

It is an outstanding example of Indian housing, built in 1920 at the initiative of Ramón Fernández Fernández, an Indian who made his fortune in Mexico.


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