FERNANDEZ MIRANDA HOUSE
This building dates from the 18th Century and is situated in the General Ponte Square where the local traditional market is held every Wednesday and Sunday. The design includes an eclectic mix of styles such as that of baroque and neoclassic.
It has a square floor plan with three floors separated by impost lines. The southern façade is framed in a type of court wall with a coat of arms. Its canvas is divided into three lanes separated by pilasters of moulded capital. At the top there are successions of oculus grouped in threes.
The buildings walls cross lintelled hollows, opened doors on the ground floor and flush finished balconies on the top floors with forged iron parapets, dust guards and boards with mirrors and vegetation and floral decorations.
The eastern façade hosts a gallery and a wide raised terrace supported by wrought iron poles.