According to Táboas Veleiro (1998) "this is probably the home of Brazilians that best represents the spirit of the emigration that triumphed overseas." This is property that previously preserved intact the initial distribution, decoration and furniture. The formal typology is a reflection of the syncretism of these emigration architectures, where several styles modestly coexist at the same time, aesthetically balanced (...) Compositionally, the gaps in the facade, as is typical of the aforementioned eclecticism, are varied, sometimes appearing as the straight lintel, in others a semicircular arch and in others the reduced arch (...) ."