This house is known as the Lemoniez’s house and is found in the calle San Sebastián, in front of the calle Contralmirante Delgado Parejo. It was built by the French engineer in around 1888 for his own residence on land that the town council handed him.
This building’s most spectacular feature is its façade, which uses two different coloured bricks creating a chessboard effect. The stone lintels were carved with fruits and vegetables and the beautiful ironwork is from a Sevillian foundry.
CALLE SAN SEBASTIAN, puente-genil