This house, which was originally built more than 150 years ago, cannot be said to be an `old house` since, after being restored ( this restoration was awarded by two important Institutions: Cabildo Insular de Gran Canaria and Agate Town Hall ), it has all the comfort required to respond to today`s demands without losing its original character and flavour.
It has splendid views to the Valley of Agaete as well to the Massif and Pine Forest of Tamadaba, places towards different trekking routes lead starting from spots located near the house.
The palm tree forest where the house is located served as a basic for an original garden design were native Flora and species from other countries, mainly Latin-American ones, have been added, and whose adaptation and development clearly show the mildness of the micro-climate of this valley.
We highlight the house`s decoration where the love its owner shows for 20 century art, with paintings and sculptures by Canarian and South American artists and for antiques is notorious. His talent to combine both is one of the most outstanding characteristics of this house.