Property located in front of the old stream on Calle de Arriba, was built in the first half of the 18th century by Mr. Juan Francisco Granadillo. It was sold to the chaplain of the church of San Juan in 1721 and after several generations it was sold again. There are two modules with different architectural trends.
Building of two heights that is located between the street of Above and the one of the Roque, has an irregular compound plant and is distributed in two heights. Adjacent to the street has two modules and a large plot of land in the back.
In the main facade two modules are distinguished, each with a different tendency. The module located on the left that connects with Calle del Roque, is neoclassical, with a roof, a cornice of canter at the bottom of the parapet and windows with sill rails. In the other module, typical features of the Canarian architecture are developed, with a sloping roof of curved tile with a cornice run of stone under the eave, windows with sills of cuarterones, an intermediate body of folding leaves of wooden quarters and an upright glazed fixed top.
The most unique element is located on the east façade, it is a two-cornered Canary Island balcony, a lower sill with long flat frames and an upper one with flat balusters, crowned by the railing. A total of three straight feet with wooden shoes in the coronation support the structure of a sloping roof of curved tile. In addition, at one of its ends it connects with a wooden staircase which gives access to the roof.
MUNICIPALITY San Juan de la Rambla
ZONE Historic helmet
ADDRESS C / Antonio Oramas n 6
PGO of San Juan de la Rambla , Cat logo of Protected Buildings of the municipality of San Juan de La Rambla, December 1999.
PEP of Interior Reform of San Juan de la Rambla , February 1998.
BIC, Category of Historic Set, BOC N 092 (07/16/1993).
Five centuries of history of San Juan de la Rambla Jos Antonio Oramas Luis. 1999.