Building located between the street of La Ladera and Calle de Arriba, this was erected in the 17th century. Originally it belonged to the Perdomo Baptist family, but later by marriage links it was also part of the Hernandez family during the 19th century.
It is currently owned by descendants of the founders.
Building located on the corner that forms an L-floor with a backyard. This has a total of eleven openings distributed between the different facades, being on the main facade where only symmetrical and orderly distribution is distributed.
On the side facade there are two smaller windows and three ventilation windows. In the main facade a total of six openings are distributed in coincident vertical axes. The main door stands out for being the only one that retains the original carpentry, and also for the details of the carved bearings. On the ground floor, a z calo runs along both facades.
The sloping roof with two waters is of curved tile, with a cornice under the eaves of canter that extends along both facades. In addition to the main façade, a wooden gargoyle stands out on one of its sides.
MUNICIPALITY San Juan de la Rambla
ZONE Historic helmet
ADDRESS C / Antonio Oramas n 22
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.