Villa de San Juan de la Rambla
- Arquitectura Doméstica. Arquitectura Doméstica Urbana -

In this street its architectural environment shows some trace of neoclassicism of the nineteenth century.

Calle El Paso 6

Simple house of two heights and flat roof.

Its trapezoidal slope on a masonry slope is divided into two heights with cornices carved in stone.

The lower floor with two openings distributed geometrically, with a window and a wooden carpentry door. The two-leaf swinging main door with access to the house. This is made up of geometric shaped frames. The two-leaf window as a swing with a light cover inside.

On the top floor of the house with two openings. The two windows are made of wood with two swinging opening leaves, resting on two projecting cornices made of stone as a balcony where originally there was a wrought iron railing. These wooden windows with geometric frames in the sill and glazed upper part with an interior light cover.

Flat roof with a sill covered with a stone sill. Under the sill there is a stone ledge.

Calle El Paso 6

Municipality: San Juan de la Rambla

Zone: Historic Center

Address: Calle La Ladera, n 6


X: 338,385.01

Y: 3,141,898.12

PGO San Juan de La Rambla, Cat Logo of Protected Buildings. Final approval July 2004.

Special Protection Plan and internal reform of San Juan de la Rambla 1997.

Cartograf a de Canarias SA (GRAFCAN) PGO San Juan de la Rambla. 2004.

Special Protection Plan and Interior Reform of San Juan de la Rambla. 1997.

Electronic Headquarters of the Cadastre.

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