This was the house of Hernanda de Zafra, de secratary of the King. It was built in the 16th century and is one of the few examples of civil Gothic architecture in Granada that has survived.
Inside it has a rectangulare square with an "Alberca", a water deposatory in the center. The tower consists of arched galleries covered with Moorish wooden roofs. The Carmen of San Cayetano is situated next to it and was probably also a part of the his house.
Unfortunately this monument is not open for public.