Sant Eduard presents a very sober composition, with a regular arrangement of windows in the main facade, oriented to the east. On that facade there are three little overhanging stone balconies and forged iron handrails. The ending of the facade is crowned by a framed cornice on which the gutter relies. On the northern side there is a tower, while on the southern side there is a terrace on the bedroom floor. The three-sided roof ended in curve tiles is remarkable. The west facade faces a road that separates the estate from the Finca Palmeretes.
San Eduardo is at the end of the Camí de Palmeretes (Palmeretes road). Following the same path along the Camí del Campet (road of Campet), fields and the landmark of Quatre Camins were crossed to reach the beach. Historically both roads, together with what is now the Carrer Secretari Basilio Sala (Secretario Basilio Sala street), had a common name, the Camí de l’Alqueria del Canonge, which extended until the Finca Ansaldo. The road is still accessible thanks to a footbridge that crosses the road. There is a planned conversion of the N-332 into an urban avenue, Avinguda Miguel Hernández (Miguel Hernandez Avenue), which will mean the elimination of the footbridges and the creation of appropriate walkways for pedestrians and cyclists as well as a comprehensive improvement of the image of the road. When the works are done, the link between Sant Joan and Fabraquer Sud (South Fabraquer) will be re-sewed. Sant Joan d’Alacant will regain his relationship with its former countryside and with what once was its beach.