The Casa(House) Ravel is a L-shaped construction. On the ground floor we can find the lobby of two attached bays which communicate through a vertical hollow. The tenant farmer’s room is located in the first space and the kitchen in the second. The staircase is in a box independent from these spaces. The winery is located in the basement, it is rectangular and is covered with a barrel vault.
The owner’s home is on the upper floor with rooms grouped and oriented east. There is a terrace on the north facade. Finally, a space on the north-east corner overhangs over the upper floor, as a result of an expansion of the rooms.
As ornamental elements, the ceramic tiles with two “SS” drawn on the still raw material of the lobby are remarkable. The hydraulic pavements on the main floor are the result of the reforms carried out in the early twentieth century.
Both on the northern and southern sides there are important gardens that have earned the recognition of unique gardens by the City Council of Sant Joan, where the pine trees, palm trees, cypresses and bougainvillea stand out.
At this time the owner was Federico Leach Laussat of Swedish origin on his mother and grandfather side, the consul of Sweden in Alicante Federico Cristierning. Federico Leach was a shareholder of the Irrigation Channel of the Orchard. He married first María Llopis Ausó. He later remarried his sister-in law Concepción Ausó Llopis. By contrast, his father Francisco Javier Laussat Claveria, was Vice-Consul of France in Alicante in 1832. Today, the house still belongs to a branch of this family.