The noble houses of Iglesuela are of great visual appeal. All of them stand out for their good workmanship, their doorways, coats of arms, large eaves and details in the windows.
Dauden House (or House of Notaries)
Two-story building with high quality exposed masonry facade. On the first floor there is a large ashlar doorway with enormous voussoirs and to the left of it, there is a linteled window with railings, on which the date of 1568 is preserved. Three mullioned windows with imposts decorated with rosettes open on the upper floor. Finally, the building is crowned with a cornice of alternating tile and brick.
Corner building, high quality, whitewashed masonry and stonework. On the first floor there is a magnificent baroque doorway, with an order of Corinthian columns on a base and a large entablature with decorated frieze, topped with a shield between a split pediment and fleurons. On the main floor there are three balconies with simple period ironwork. On the other hand, on the upper attic floor there is a balcony with a modernist railing. Finally, the building is crowned with a decorated wooden eave.
More information about the houses of Iglesuela: Museo Virtual Maestrazgo