The main gate corresponds to n. º10, easily perceivable for being the largest one. The other two entrances, smaller, are identical.
The house was acquired by Mr. Cristóbal Almela Ferrer, who married Mrs. Dolores Rojas Galiano, the youngest daughter of the Count of Casa Rojas.
The main household was accessed, as we mentioned, through the main gate, where the hallway was, with a rectangular shape, tile paving and marble plinth. In the middle, a crystallized wooden gate closed the access to the carriage yard and the stables. One could always find horses there, due to the great fondness Mr. Cristóbal had for these animals. On top of the mangers, there were two lables with the names of his favourite horses: ‘’Galán’’ and ‘’Noble’’. At the back of this second part of the hallway, a forged iron door appeared, with some artistic drawings, and behind it, the blooming garden with a small pond and a grotto, where small colored fish scurried about. A small cascade streamed aloud, along the singing of birds, creating a haven of peace in the middle of the bustling neighbourhood.