Erected at the end of the 18th century and beginning of the 19th century by D. Domingo L Bautista fish. In the beginning it is a unique building, which initially belonged to the house of Oramas Quevedo, but as in many houses of the time, it has been divided currently belonging to several owners. In addition, over time it has undergone major reforms, both internal and external. Initially the house was on two floors on the corner of Traves a.
The property, in its current state, has a square floor plan, which is divided into two independent buildings.
On the one hand, the one located in the narrow street, of two heights, is located in two independent houses, with a total of twelve openings adinteled in facades, distributed in an orderly manner, as it consists of the primitive facade only the Windows of the upper floor, with sketched frame, sill, leaves and shutters of quarters with plain glass bearings on the top. It has two cornices of stone as a dividing line of the different floors, and the roof is flat.
On the other hand, the house adjacent to Jos Antonio Avenue, has two floors, a low level of access through an alley located to the East. In comparison with the other property, this one is of modern design, has at least ten openings and the original carpentry has been replaced. The roof formed in three modules, one in the form of a U with a flat roof and a front patio, and another two modules of sloping roofs, with four waters and with curved tiles.
MUNICIPALITY San Juan de la Rambla
ZONE Historic helmet
ADDRESS N Av. Jos Antonio 3
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.