A bent axis gives access to the patio, around which the rooms of the building are distributed. It is a porticoed space, with marble columns on which peralted arches framed by alfices, which opens a splendid staircase that gives access to the second floor.
Its fundamental nucleus dates from the second half of the 14th century, and in which different interventions were made in the sixteenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, of which the most recent affected mainly the upper floors.
The remains of the medieval building remain in the building, including the girls' bedroom and a large living room converted into a chapel on the ground floor.
The girls' bedroom features pointed horseshoe arches and a small arc of plasterwork. The living room is square, surrounded by wide walls and is embraced by two bays, one of which is covered by good alfarje, painted for heraldic and plant motifs. The tiled skirting boards with tie-rods stand out, similar to those of the Sevillian Alcazar, which enrich the cover, where beautiful plasterwork with decoration of ataurique, kufic inscriptions and scallops in the intrados of the arch are also displayed. Identical decorative lexicon develops in the front wall, where a niche opens, as in the two remaining covers. It was domed by probably losing in the last century, the armor of the ochaved roof that it owned.
The entire upper floor was renovated in the nineteenth century, with splendid halls stuccoed in English style and marble fireplace.
The face of the facade, of three floors, is avitoled and divided into streets by Corinthian pilasters.

Fuente: bdi del Patrimonio Inmueble de Andalucía (Junta de Andalucía)