House originating in the 18th century, successively linked to the Valdés and Romano families, known in its day as Casarota. The construction was remodeled in the 19th century, being configured as a building adapted to a typically medieval site, with a narrow façade facing Manuel Cue Street and a long development in depth. How much with a low floor and three upper ones, as well as an addition in the undercover. Its construction based on carved ashlar masonry stands out in the window and door surrounds. It has wooden gazebos and balconies aligned with the facade and with wooden bars and abundant decorative elements.