A rectangular building from the 18th century, three stories high. On the main façade the three levels are separated by cornices, opening three openings on each level, the upper two floors being decorated with ear moldings. On the first floor there is a raised balcony, with iron railings and a convex shape, in front of the central span, while on the upper floor a continuous balcony runs along the entire façade, curving in the central part. On both sides of the central hole of the upper floor, the holes left by the shields that were placed here and that have disappeared can be seen. The main façade is finished off with a large wooden eaves of great development, on which the gabled roof of the building is arranged.