The house is of traditional Canarian architecture, built on top of a rock of volcanic lava at the end of the 19th Century and restored in 2006, maintaining most of the original structure. You are able to leisurely walk through the estate and view the different fruit trees, such as avocado, lemon, orange and mango (although at present, fruit is not available to eat). The house stands alone and can only be reached by a 200 metres dirt track which crosses the Valley of Tasarte. You can count on an excellent climate, as this area is all about sunshine and is not very high above sea level. In Tasarte you can enjoy the countryside, the sun of the south of the Island, hiking or cycling and also fishing or enjoy the crystal clear waters of the beach.