Two types of architecture are mixed in the farmhouse: that of the valley together with that of the sierra. There are buildings of up to four heights, with the midday sun-facing openings dedicated to the drying of the fruits.
The stone is not abundant in the construction and the adobe is very frequent but conveniently protected.
The presence of gypsum makes the renders and the decoration in that material very common. The ground floor housed the work team, in a land where livestock dedication begins, but placing the livestock corrals outside the village.