This is an exempt urban palace, three heights and cover to four waters with two rows of carved canes. It was built in the seventeenth century. Juan Martinez de Loiola, who held a high position in the Casa de Contratación in Seville, commissioned to build this house, which ended in 1617. The existing documentation on the process of building the house shows the great interest and care that went both the quality of designs and materials of different interior elements. Almost all of its original construction elements are preserved; such as load-bearing walls, interior wooden structure, floor boards and paneling, access hall, stairs, etc. The main facade is not that faces the street but a side, by which, through a small garden, accessed inside the building. In the middle of it, up to the first floor, it has a shield with the arms of Oñaz and Loyola. Taking advantage of the work of reform and restoration an enclosed garage was built, respecting the aesthetics and materials of the main building. I also take this opportunity to build a new viewpoint on one of the titanium and glass facade, bringing a touch of modernity that integrates seamlessly into the building. It was declared a historical and artistic Order of January 17 of 1,964 provincial monument of interest. The possibilities offered by this property are many, as the building can be devoted both to homes or businesses of hospitality as a restaurant and hotel.
Vergara is a municipality in the province of Guipuzcoa, Basque Country (Spain), belonging to the Alto Deba. Vergara has been considered historically as the capital of Upper Deva, its location at the crossroads between the communication channel of Cantabrian coast with the Castilian plateau. Located in an important communications center, at the junction of the AP-1 motorway in Eibar it connects with the AP-8 that runs along the Cantabrian coast, linking San Sebastián capital of the province, and the French border with Bilbao, Vizcaya capital and most important city in the Basque Country and the rest of the Cantabrian coast. The AP-1, on the southern tip reaches Vitoria, capital of the Basque Autonomous Community, and the main route to Madrid. The importance of this municipality has had in the past, this curd Vergara architectural monuments and palaces from different periods as Jáuregi House, Church of San Pedro de Ariznoa, Church of Santa Marina de Oxidondo, Egino Mallea Palace. It has a rugged terrain and is surrounded by mountains, offering many possibilities for outdoor activities, excursions, hiking, bike tours, etc.