According to Táboas Veleiro (1998) we are in front of a building "whose front elevation reveals four openings, both in the lower and upper levels, the second floor openings are in the form of balconies supported by small corbels, ending in a balustrade ornamented with Maltese crosses and that has a great importance in the structure. It also emphasizes the set back pediment on the line of facade whose frieze in stonework appears moulded in its upper section."