Located in the well-known Bank of the sea, since in the 16th century the Atlantic was 50-100 metres from this property in the so-called Beach band, hence the name Calle del Mar, is located with the street Diego Benitez one of the “Casa de Cargadores a Indias” with better condition of the municipality.
The hallway of the main entrance of the House shows the perfect state of the coffered ceilings of wood and the Majesty of the access doors.
Represents the essence of the courtyard of a House of Indies boots lights and their construction starts it a Squire in century XVI and Captain Diego Benítez de Ceballos end in 1746. The surrounding rooms on ground used to be stores since the residence wason the first floor. The soil would be slab tariff or brick would be replaced by slabs of white marble. You can see the good condition of the Arab tiled roof as well as the elements of Woods imported from America in brackets and coffered ceilings of the House
The staircase to the living rooms as well as the coffered ceiling of exquisite geometry of noble wood of America (mahogany, dark pine, cedar, etc.) which flooded most of the House roofs, deserve special mention. Stair, included the balustrade, is a uniquestructure of stone preserved during rehabilitation, offering on their landings, the presence of iron sculptures of George Washington and Hernán cuts representing “Casa de Cargadores” relations with America. Students from the school of Bellas Artes were discovering terminations in pure gold in some areas of the coffered ceiling that make this something special stay and worth stopping to watch. A true spectacle.
One of the 6 rooms located on the first floor is this noble office for charger which would consist of a can where far from work recording the entry of boats running his business, this would on the tablinium, was used for other matters.
The house is integrated by 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, kitchen, dinning room, living room, grand patio, wine cellar, garage, storage room, and a terrace.