El Jabalí has two floors. The building is made up of two parts, one in the front and one in the back with two distinct gabled roofs. The top floor gets into the back part to form an adjacent terrace. Due to the change of use of the building, there have been changes that have mainly affected the partition walls, while maintaining the basic functional structural elements, so the initial setup is recognizable. The floor still keeps the original ceramics and we can read the traces of the old partition walls in it. Flat tile roofs rest on wooden brackets.
The main facade is oriented towards the access road. It has a very original geometric composition, characterized by the arrangement of the windows with a variety of sizes. The enormous size of the two windows of the first floor, separated by an intermediate mullion is especially striking. The walls are white with green brickmoulds in the openings. Among the ornamental elements, the tiles arranged in the windowsills of the main facade, characteristic of the late nineteenth century, are remarkable.
In the front yard we can see a lemon tree and a hedge line parallel to the road. Next to this space there is a splendid hackberry of almost a hundred years old. The hackberry keeps one of the most impressive outdoor spaces of the town: a pergola immersed in dense vegetation. When it gets hotter, this place has a very pleasant microclimate, and at indicated special dates like Santa Faz it becomes an oasis for those privileged that have access to its facilities. Palm trees, jacarandas, cypresses lining up and countless bushy and ground-cover plants complement the gardens giving to the ensemble a great uniqueness and beauty.