Villa Rosa

Also known as the Lloriana palace, it is a building from the first third of the 20th century, of early development, located on a property delimited by a high stone wall and abundant trees. Access to the property is through a doorway made up of two ashlar pillars that flank the door, with a double fence, completed with two other pillars located at the ends of the canvas, joined to the previous ones by a low wall. under which there are two sections of bars.
The main building of the palace has a rectangular floor plan with two heights, with several forward tower-shaped bodies that rise above the central space, all built in a Gothic-inspired historicist style. Other auxiliary buildings to the main one and a bread basket complete the set.


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