The house of Lo de Bellón is next to the road that leads to La Princesa. The building has two parts built at different times. The oldest could be dated from the eighteenth century and the rest would be from the twentieth century. The main pieces are next to a yard on the north-west, and facing a pine forest with monumental specimens on the south-east. The original painting in red ochre and yellow has been replaced by white with the frames and brickmoulds in ochre.
The house Lo de Bellón d’Enmig dates from the nineteenth century and is a simple salmon building of two floors, gabled roof and a backyard. The doorways and windows have strong verticality. It has a little balcony on the first floor with forged metalwork. The main facade is sheltered by a false pepper tree that casts shadows above the ensemble.
Lo de Bellón de Dins is an interesting building that preserves all the characteristics of the farmhouses of Alacant’s Horta (Cropland) . The ensemble consists of a central three-floor house that has two constructions attached to the sides. The ground floor is occupied by the hall where the ceramic pavement characterized by two “S” drawn on the still crude material stand out. The staircase has a forged iron handrail. The noble rooms are located on the first floor by the main facade, oriented to the east and the garden. The bedrooms are located in the lateral parts. On the main facade symmetry prevails, adapting the different windows brickmoulded in yellow on a white background to the several floors. The windows are very vertical on the main floor, showing a variety of solutions in the upper endings: lowered arch on the lower floor, lintel in the main floor and the side bodies, or mid-point in the chamber.
Next to the entrance of the estate there is a small rectangular chapel. There is also a well located in the hall and in front of the house there is the garden with shrubs of different species and a grove composed of a 250-year-old carob tree, a 200-year-old bougainvillea, an almost 100-year-old hackberry and a pine forest of Pinus halepensis, a Pinus pinea, two Celtis australis and several date palm trees. The three buildings are oriented south-east facing the significant masses of vegetation that make up the garden, casting shadows on the main facade.
Earlier this century, the branch of the CV-800 road was built, which definitively disassociated Lo de Bellón de Dentro from her sisters de Fora and d’Enmig. While the construction of this road has been a major step forward for the town to alleviate traffic problems, it has also meant a definitive fragmentation of Finca El de Bellon, consolidating the slow but steady disappearance of an agrarian network that not many decades ago gave meaning to these constructions.