This eighteenth-century building, situated in the popular district of Santiago, is made up of a mixture of parts from different periods and in different artistic styles. It was renovated in the year 1874 by Rafael de Luque. It was originally a stately home, but now houses the Arts and Crafts School, and appears in La feria de los discretos, the novel by Spanish author Pío Baroja, which is set in the city of Cordoba. Inside, the most interesting features you can visit are the attractive staircase and the splendid garden.

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