The house has characteristic features of the typical Mediterranean manor houses of the past, with two floors and mostly ground floor, flaunts high ceilings noteworthy in the main hall, the profusion of windows and shutters, use of masonry and pillars, to dignify entrances and frontiers and finally, the use of balconies and guards in wrought iron, all combined with nooks and floral games that make the difference for those who use this architecture.
Most definitively this house has a breath-taking and living twist to it.
Of note are the various tile panels, which are tipically portuguese, the stone basins of fountains and patios with hundreds of years, the detail of the exterior masonry of a selection and care in its external application.
Also, the wooden ceilings of some of the rooms, allowing to have variable ceiling heights.
The particularity of the parlour not being a square with all sides the same,only enhances the care and extreme attention to all the finishes and the architecture of the house.