This construction consists of an almost quadrangular central body with three floors. On the east and west facades two bodies of one floor each are attached, forming two large terraces on the first floor. It is built on load-bearing walls oriented east-west, dividing the interior into three bays. The staircase is in the centre of the house, which connects the three floors of the building. The staircase is illuminated by a central skylight that stands out on the roof.
The principle of symmetry dominates in the four well composed and executed facades. The main facade faces the garden. It is oriented to the east. The central body with a vertical axis is significant. There are three windows of different heights in each floor, and a central balcony on the first floor. The central body has a hipped roof of flat tiles with a characteristic green colour that gives a strong personality to the house. The eaves are very pronounced, reinforced by wooden corbels under ceramic pieces. The house-wings that form the side terraces have flat roofs, delimited by original ceramic balustrades.
The large pine forest is in front of the house, articulated by large parterres matched with cypresses. Among the trees there is a pool with water and a pedestal with a sculptural bust. The ensemble is part of the Residència de Pensionistes Ferroviaris (Residence for Railway Pensioners), an institution that no longer requires to have worked in that profession to get in, so the place becomes an interesting alternative if we want to enjoy our retirement in a bucolic place, ruled by peace and quietness.