Located on Amargura Street, it was built between the 15th and 16th centuries. It is a building with Gothic and Renaissance elements, its main facade follows the typology of palaces from Cáceres, builts in granite ashlars, emphasizes the doorway in arch, with large keystones that reach the ground, the shield of Carvajal in large dimensions, framed by a moulding, and a corner balcony in pointed arch. Inside the house, there is a rectangular cloister with arcades on columns. It also highlights its round tower, of the 12th century, made in masonry, at its base there are some interesting paintings.
Its garden, in which highlights the fig tree, it is a clear example of interior green space that can be found today in these buildings of the Monumental City.