Originally this was one typical canarian-style house, but it was big enough to be divided into three when it was renovated. The entrance to each of the three resulting houses is from a typical patio, covered partly by stone and tiles. The interiors of the houses are very similar, although one is more spacious than the other two. The conservation of old larders, window-seats and agricultural and kitchen utensils used in the decoration make the atmosphere inside very agreable. The large canarian patio which is in the centre of the almost squared building provides an independent space with views of the village of small traditional-style houses. Set in rural surroundings the whole area is taken up by terraces cultivated with vines, vegetables and fruit trees, and small herds of goats who graze arround them.