18th century urban palace, between party walls. It has three floors and a narrow and elongated floor, being attached to the Posada palace.
The main façade, built with sandstone ashlar, has three lintelled openings on each level. On the first floor there is a balcony over the central hole, preceded by iron bars, while on the upper floor a continuous balcony runs along the entire façade, widening in front of the central hole. The openings on the ground and first floors have molded frames. A stone eaves with moldings and wooden pontoons with egg carving finishes off the façade, supporting the gabled roof.
José Pando y Valle was born in this building in 1860.