Single-family home built in 1902 for Prudencio González, an Indian rich in America who, on the death of his wife, returned to Llanes with his two daughters. It has two floors, basement and undercover. In the right angle it presents a three-story tower with a ground roof, followed by the small towers in other places on the façade. It is a building that offers a great sensation of movement thanks to its design with abundant setbacks and projecting bodies. Highly decorated with plant motifs and alternating windows, galleries and corridors.