Late 17th c. Baroque.
Designed by Domingo de Andrade, it was altered in the 20th century with the addition of the upper balustrade and another floor. Its decoration stands out because of the use of bunches of grapes bordering the upper and lower doors on the right, as well as corbels carved at the bottom of the balcony and the monumental chimney. It is presently used as an exhibition hall.
VISITABLE. Open: Tuesday-Saturday, 11 am-2 pm and 4-8 pm; Sunday: 11 am-2 pm.