Town of Asientos
The legend says that he who deciphers the family shield will find three treasures – one at home, the second at the miners’ house and the third at the white bridge.
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The renovated house belongs to the family heirs and is for sale
This seventeenth-century stately home belonged to one of the founders of Asientos, don Gaspar Benito de Larrañaga, a renowned mine owner who played an important role in the consolidation of the settlement.
Distinguished by its religious anagrams carved into the pink quarry stone, Larrañaga House originally had two floors but today has just one.
The house cannot be visited since it is private property, but you can admire it from outside.