Villa de Arafo
- Arquitectura Civil y Doméstica. Arquitectura Doméstica Urbana -

This building is nestled, almost at the end of Libertad Street, whose pathway genes correspond to an ancient aboriginal transhumant path that joins the summit and the coast of the Gimar Valley.
This street connects the Plaza de San Juan Degollado with the old Plazuela del Llano, and through it came much of the public and economic life of Arafo running in both directions the cars that communicated this population with the rest of the regions of the island. In it during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries new buildings were erected that housed public functions (casinos, town hall ...) that coexisted with the historic buildings dedicated to the agricultural holdings so present in the municipality.
The building has characteristics of eclecticism of the late nineteenth century, because this house had to be built approximately on this date.

Calle La Libertad, nº 58

Housing built with a rectangular plan, in which new parts have subsequently been annexed, giving it an L configuration.
The property is of a unique plant, with a semi-tano, which can be observed by a window that exists in the facade.
The Fachada o frontispicio de una fábrica o de otra cosa.

Tambien se denomina Frontis al paramento verticalñ por encima de un arco

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The main door of the house is made with two folding leaves with three different sized frames, and with a fixed glass on the top, divided with sticks.
As for the existing windows, they are a balcony type with two folding leaves, formed with a rectangular quarter and two guillotine windows where height vs. width predominates. All this with a window railing made with iron forge.
The three openings are topped with decorative pilasters that hold an upper shelf decorated with floral motifs, in which a flower stands out in the center of the set.
As for the façade, it has a semicircular molding that passes under the windows and connects the entire assembly, in addition to an enclosure molding at the height of the slab, made using concave and convex curves. The door module is flanked by two decorative pilars that give the unit greater strength.
The facade is topped with a sill with a mortar handrail, which hides the passable flat roof of the complex.

Calle La Libertad, nº 58


AREA Historic Center

ADDRESS N La Libertad Street, 58 (former General Franco Street)


X 360,569.48

And 3,135,761.29

Calle La Libertad, nº 58

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