Casa de Diego Martínez Vadillos - Mancha Real
This palatial seventeenth-century house is also known as Casa de Doña Paz, named after the woman who lived there under usufruct with her two daughters until her death. The house stands out for its interesting stone doorway, which frames its entrance finished in a half point between fluted pilasters, where it supports an entablature showing a noble shield and from which a straight split pediment emerges. The house was designed by the famous Eufrasio López de Rojas, who also took part in the construction of the Iglesia de San Juan Evangelista.
Located on Calle Maestra.