Urban palace located next to the Reguero palace, in the urban area known as El Ancho, with a curved plan adapted to the original alignment of the street, in turn derived from the route of the medieval wall.
Construction of great longitudinal development. Its two floors have a regular distribution of lintel openings with molded frames, with four raised balconies with iron grills on the upper floor. One of these balconies is flanked by two shields. On the pronounced eaves, and emerging from the roof, a large attic with a glass front rises.