This architectural whim, now revitalised as rural country house, was commissioned by Mr Francisco de Ayguavives de León and his wife, Carmen Cuatrecasas Ginebra, and was opened during its second building stage on 16 October 1910. It is said that all the land that could be seen from the top of the dome belonged to the estate. Ms Carmen's mother was born in Curaçao (former Netherlands Antilles), and the rumour goes that the slender and everlasting Scots pine beams that support the building structure expressly came from its Caribbean properties dedicated to the cultivation of sugar cane.
The garden, the light coming through the windows and the interior decoration and rooms breathe a colonial feel. Hydraulic floors, marble fireplaces, carpets, wooden ceilings and furniture combine the Catalan tradition of that time and entrepreneurship as well as the American airs brought by the Indians.