Casona de Ramón Miranda

Large free-standing building, built at the end of the 17th century with a basement, a ground floor and two levels. The house stands on a site with a slight unevenness, which determines differences in elevation between the different facades. The main one has two floors, counting in the center with an access door configured by a lintel span flanked by two small flared windows. On the upper floor there are four windows with cast iron balconies, with a shield in the middle with the arms of the Noriega, the Posadas, the Pérez and the Calderón family. On the façade facing the Plaza de Cristo Rey, it presents several alignments of square openings, surrounded by well-worked ashlar, and a continuous balcony on the main floor, to which three windows open, and which is covered by a roof with three slopes.


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