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Built in Renaissance style in 1557, he belonged to the councilor Pedro Alvarez Serrano. Executed in ashlar granite, it has three heights, made anomalous in the city. The main entrance lintel, oriented projection, is framed by fluted Corinthian pilasters and smooth architrave, on which two lateral escusones, flameros crowned with family crests flanking a central medallion are. Inside highlights the lintel courtyard, the only remaining two bays. It was renovated Cultural Center Caja de Ávila.
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