This modernist stately home, built in the 20th century by the architect Rafael González Villar, is one of the greatest exponents of Galician modernism from that time.
The building has a two-storeys high rectangular floor plan, decorated with Secessionist style elements (such as pointed arches and flower motifs). Inside, an ingenious use of different volumes on the roof increase in two-storeys the hight of the building. The introduction of materials such as ultramarine blue and white tiling in some areas provide a colourful touch and reveals the influences on the architect from the Vienna Secession artistic style.
A charming garden with a great variety of trees surround the house, where a cedar tree from the Himalaya (Cedrus deodara) and leafy lime trees (Tilia cordata) are the centre pieces.
From 1998 till today, it has held the Central Library, which is the headquarters of the Oleiros Council Municipal Library Network.