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Detached two-storey structure. Main building of a walled- in corral compound. Composite floor and roof plan with mainly hipped roofs with dormers. Profiled cornice over all façades. Front façade: first floor with symmetrical lay-out, centrally placed dormer with triangular fronton and cheeks, central balcony and door flanked by two, paired, tall windows with semicircular fanlights and mouldings, dentate quoins on corners. Ground floor, marble tablet with inscription ‘Ao 1875 N51’. Typical wooden balconies on main and additional structures. Additional two-storey structure with pyramidal roof and former cistern on ground floor.
Architectural historical and scientific value because of the neo-classicist architecture with characteristics typical of Curaçao. Architectural historical and esthetical value because of a.o. the typical wooden balconies. Architectural historical and local customs value as one of the few existing examples of the old corral structure of Otrobanda. Specific value as part of a protected monumental townscape.