17th century manor house
The impressive space has three floors, what was formerly called “sobrada”; It is finished off, on its top floor, with a continuous balcony made of carved wood that competes in beauty with the one next to the neighboring house. Nine windows, also made of wood, framed with sgraffito of plant motifs. Above the central window, in carved stone, the crest of the Fonseca house (1715).
Inside, the patio stands out with tall columns of tea wood, with stone pedestals and the upper part carved with Corinthian capitals that support the upper gallery formed with coupled balusters and panels with floral motifs.
This majestic balcony located in the grandiose interior patio of the house.
The construction has been carried out by hand by master carpenters in the area.
The Canarian balconies belong to the traditional architecture of the islands, twinned in style with the Andalusian and Portuguese of the south, they are presented both in the rich stately mansions and in the more modest constructions of a rural character.
In terms of accessibility, it is located in an easily accessible road area for the production team to set it up.
In relation to light, it is an area in the location that provides natural light in its spaces, ideal for audiovisual projects.
It has its own parking lot so that the production team can establish themselves.
Noise is not appreciated in this location due to the immensity of its spaces, it is also away from urban traffic.