Villa Rosario

Mountain-inspired chalet promoted by the Cadierno Rodríguez Argüelles brothers, rich Indians in Puerto Rico who, upon their return to Allande, promoted the construction of a school and various public works, as well as the Allanda Agricultural Association.

It is a square-plan construction that at one end has a three-story tower-shaped structure, topped by a projecting eaves on which the pyramidal roof rises, topped with an iron weather vane. The rest of the construction has two levels, highlighting on the façade that faces the Camino de Santiago a corridor on the upper floor, between walls that imitate firebreaks, alternating in the rest of the facades the lintel gaps with which half a point, from different dimensions. It has a large corner shield.


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