Neoclassic pazo (manor house) from the 19th century. This pazo has an L-shaped floor plan with a Gothic chapel built in masonry and granite. It is two-storeys high and has a lower-ground floor with a large staircase on the main façade. A wooden gallery, a classical element of the Galician architecture, stands out on the façade. The garden is landscaped in a French style, with myrtle geometrical patterns and a stone sundial.
Nowadays it is the main office of the golf club.