Placed in Braga’s historical center, this house stands out due to its dimensions, that give it huge horizontality, and it’s characterized by an enormous debugging in the elevation’s treatment. It’s divided into two floors, separated by friezes, and the façades are opened by spans of a straight lintel, symmetrical, with the ones on the main floor topped by protruding cornice. Destined to habitation, this area has always deserved special treatment at elevation’s level. The windows presented rectilinear apron, which extends until the frieze, in a case of the main floor, or until the basis, in the case of the ground floor. Exception made to the windows that connect themselves, superiorly, to the bay windows. Framed by the composition of spans more on the left, two coats of arms stand out. Built, very likely, in the XIX century, this house is connected to another building, not different, opening the northeast façade to a garden.