Casona de Escandína

French-influenced building with a rectangular floor plan, with a ground floor and two floors. The main façade, towards the Camino de Santiago, shows in its lower part lintel openings (used as windows or access doors), which have their correspondence on the first floor with lintelled balconies with wrought iron parapets. On the two balconies on each side, a small oculus opens on the upper floor, while on the central axis there are two lintelled balconies preceded by a continuous balcony that joins them, with iron forging.

At one end of the building, on a stone caramanchón, a large bread basket is located.


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