Casa de los Junco o de los Sánchez-Mendoza

House promoted by Enrique Junco Rico in 1985. He was the son of Wenceslao Junco de la Vega, an Indian who made a great fortune in Cuba, the United States and Mexico thanks to the trade in colonial products.

It is a not very large house that stands out for the composition of its main facade, with a wooden gazebo developed on the main floor and in the attic, with the roof having a very pronounced eaves preceded by wooden valances, of great effect decorative, like the polychrome plant motifs present in different areas of the façade.


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