Traditional Orial style house built in the middle of the 18th century and renovated during the 19th century. It has two floors with flat roof cover. This property, originally, was structured from two courtyards, one central and the other located at the rear, both containing the corresponding reservoirs that define the domestic space of a traditional single-family home in the context of La Villa de Teguise and from Lanzarote.
The property was converted into a Nursing School, a teaching institution linked academically to the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, and headquarters of that university.
It is currently the House of Culture of the Hon. Teguise Town Hall
GUIDE OF THE VILLA DETEGUISE. Historical Heritage Service of the Cabildo de Lanzarote. 2003
Address: A. Sebastian n Hern ndez Gutierrez y Mar to Antonia Perera Betancort
Drafting: Francisca Mar to Perera Betancort, Guacimara Batista Rivero, Mar to Antonia Perera Betancort and A.Sebasti n Hern ndez Guti rrez.
Photograph: Jos Farray, V deo Humer, Photographic Fund of the Historical Archive of Teguise and Historical Heritage Service of the Cabildo de Lanzarote.
This building should be noted, mainly, its powerful volume, but also the work of carpenter and cabinet maker applied to the interior elements, such as the staircase initiated under a semicircular arch and covered by a beautiful mud jar roof , the roof of the Mudejar line, or the elegant windows and exterior door of double leaf of squares that presents one of the most characteristic buildings of the place.
Mid-sized house with two patios, one located in a central position and the other at the back of the plot. Both with reservoirs for the collection of rainwater, with b avenues of canter a and walls covered with boulders to prevent leaks.
The load-bearing walls are layered presenting three bearing windows at the top and two at the bottom, with a flat roof.
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